art.alexion at gmail.com
Mon Dec 1 12:43:16 GMT 2008
On Sunday 30 November 2008 13:53:37 Neil Winchurst wrote:
> it is always better to rely on help from list members rather
> than to go by what I find through Google.
Ironic to this statement, I find Google's gmail to be quite nice. It has a
nice threaded web interface, and does IMAP nicely (as long as you pay
attention to its idiosyncracies).
What may be nice in your situation is that you can have Gmail retrieve mail
from your other accounts and present them to you in webmail as labeled with
that account, or in an account folder using IMAP access in kmail. If you
don't like it enough to be permanent, you can always go back to retrieving
that mail from the original server yourself once you return from your trip.
The other things I like about it are excellent spam filtering (don't use local
filtering with it as it slows things down too much) and being able to use
IMAP with some accounts that I have that don't support IMAP themselves. I
access my mail from multiple computers, and could never go back to POP again.
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