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Art Alexion art.alexion at
Tue Nov 21 19:45:58 UTC 2006

On Tuesday 21 November 2006 00:51, Nigel Ridley wrote:
> What is Evolution like?

Some like chocolate, others vanilla.

There are some things I like about Tbird over kmail like enigmail over kgpg, 
and the far superior html handling.  There are other things I like better 
about kmail like spam handling, mail list handling,  and integration into 

There is very little I like about evolution.  I used it for several months on 
two occasions.  It was the most windows-like linux program I have used in the 
sense of wanting to do things its way and taking things over, feature bloat, 
and loading lots of things into memory that I never planned to use.  I didn't 
like it.  You might.

Art Alexion

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