[clug-talk] Email , org, etc
gustin at echostar.ca
Sat Dec 2 21:31:27 PST 2006
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Kin Wong wrote:
> I like Thunderbird from Mozilla -- it is cross-platform and the ability
> to add Lightning or use Sunbird is attractive as well.
This is what I use daily. Since neither Evolution nor Kontact are
cross-platform enough for my needs, Thunderbird + lightning is what I
use. I used to use Kontact with this setup, but the KMail email portion
is painfully slow, to the point of being unusable.
I store my .ics file on a web dav share (basically a writable web
directory, yes it is password protected, yes it is secured via SSL) so
that my desktop and laptop share the same info. Another upside is that
my webmail package (horde) reads ics files, so I am almost never without
Just to muddy the waters a little...
> D Bhardwaj wrote:
>> The latest Kubuntu 6.10 works well on my laptop, which is a dual boot, with another os.
>> I am looking to configuring an email client. The 2 that seem to rear their heads are kmail and evolution.
>> Googling for pros/cons, hasn't left me with a comfy feeling for either.
>> Evolution seems 'associated' with gnome. I don't know of the drawbacks of either kmail or evolution.
>> My needs include, email, contacts, tasks, ttd, etc.
>> What are your thoughts?
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