[techtalk] Linux Email Clients
Chick at the-nashes.net
Mon Jan 22 16:13:59 EST 2001
KDE2 is in the woody build of Debian....so... You'll have to update to
that, but I'm not sure what it takes to move from Corel to a "standard"
build of Debian. I'd say check www.kde.org and see if they offer packages
From: Kath [mailto:ranger at optonline.net]
Sent: Monday, January 22, 2001 5:42 PM
To: Kristin Ziel
Cc: techtalk at linuxchix.org
Subject: Re: [techtalk] Linux Email Clients
Ok, dumb question :)
I'm on Corel, which I know is a Debian based distro, but how the hell do
I upgrade to KDE2?
I tried apt-get install task-kde, but I get a ton of errors that it
couldn't find certain packages. And when I look at the packages to
build from source, I have no clue what to do (I hate compiling, I always
Any help would be appreciated :)
- Kath the Slow :D
Kristin Ziel wrote:
> I'm using KMail as well..and am pretty happy with it. Make sure that
> you're using KDE2 to get the latest greatest kmail client. I am not sure
> if kmail with KDE1 supported multiple clients or not, but the newer kmail
> has many more cool widgets, and I like that i can stack my folder level
> now too...
>> What is a good email client for Linux (KDE in Corel)?
>> I need one that is basically MS Outlook Express. I haven't been able to
>> find one that lets me have mutliple accounts with unique pop and smtp
>> servers. Also, Mozilla (M18 .deb) won't check every single email
>> account that I have, I have to do them all uniquely, but it will
>> autocheck them every few minutes, like it told it to.
>> - Kath
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