[Techtalk] e-mail programs (was: What I did over the Christmas Holidays!)
Bram De Smet
bram at menteb.org
Tue Jan 8 01:28:17 EST 2002
I'm using the 0.9.7 version of mozilla at work for my imap... works good
(but only on fast machines)
Brian Sweeney wrote:
> jennyw wrote:
>> I have yet to
>> find an e-mail client that has great support for IMAP. OE is actually
>> closest, which is kind of scary (actually, Netscape, if it weren't buggy,
>> probably covers more IMAP features, but I hate losing messages from
>> time to
>> time, and keyboard support in OE is much better; Mulberry couldn't
>> even open
>> my mailbox the last time I tried it).
> I'm using Mozilla (v0.9.5, which probably needs to be updated) and have
> been quite happy with it. It supports folders within folders, deals
> with imap (even ssl) pretty happily, Can support multiple accounts, etc.
> I find bugs off and on (the newsgroup reader seems to be the main
> culprit), but all in all I've been quite happy with it. You can setup
> mail filtering rules as well, but since I often use other clients
> (Squirrelmail, pine, etc) I use procmail for all that fun stuff.
> Hope that helps.
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