Kmail Setup Change(?) - Edgy-

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Tue Nov 14 10:54:11 UTC 2006

On Tuesday 14 November 2006 22:14, Neil Winchurst wrote:

> > Is there a way to drop KWallet ... and these useless nags ... from my
> > machine ... and save my passwords as in previous editions of KMail??
> >
> > Richard
> Hi there,
> I am new to this list but not to Linux. I have tried kmail and the same
> nags got me down too. But, just a suggestion, have a look at Sylpheed.
> It is in the universe repository and you can install it using adept. I
> have used it as my main email client for years and I personally think it
> is excellent. I have tried others, at the moment I use thunderbird as
> well. IMHO Sylpheed is easily the best and easiest to use. You have
> tremendous control over how it works, and the filters are great. It is
> so far the only one where I can say in a filter instruction 'Do not
> receive' which can be very useful.
> Apart from the nagging about kwallet, I didn't like kmail much anyway,
> so perhaps I am predjudiced. To all group members I recommend Sylpheed,
> have a look at it. I am new to kubuntu, Edgy is my first, and so far I
> am liking it.

  Sylpheed is a good program, but just a suggestion slylpheed-claws-gtk2 is 
the way I would go if I were you. It is more feature rich and its filtering 
system is more powerful. Note sylpheed will access the usenet too something 
that kmail doesn't do.


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