Evolution On Maverick
kagwegichohi at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Dec 14 07:51:05 GMT 2010
I suppose I will also strongly recommend thunderbird. I've used it for my office
emails for the last 2 years and have never had an issue with it. Plus it'll
connect beautifully, almost automatically to gmail via IMAP. POP is also
available but I wouldn't strongly recommend it to access gmail - but that's a
case of preference.
From: Isaac Witmer <isaaclw at gmail.com>
To: ubuntu Kenya <ubuntu-ke at lists.ubuntu.com>
Sent: Mon, 13 December, 2010 9:49:57
Subject: Re: Evolution On Maverick
This email is from a ubuntu-ke subscriber to other subscribers inluding you:)
I assume you've used Evolution in the past without any problems?
I never really liked Evolution. I currently use google gears for
gmail, but when i was using non-webmail, I used thunderbird.
On Sun, Dec 12, 2010 at 10:32 PM, Kinuthia Muchane <muchanek at gmail.com> wrote:
> This email is from a ubuntu-ke subscriber to other subscribers inluding
> I hope you guys had a good Jamhuri day.
> I installed 10.10, 9.10 almost sent me to the nuthouse! So far so good but
> I am
> having a small problem. Evolution is 'saying' that it
> cannot find the network, whereas I am online and surfing merrily,
> which means that it can not send or
> receive mail.
> The connection button at the bottom left corner of the
> Evo window does not seem to function.
> I am writing this from the less than adequate mail client that comes with
> the Opera browser ;-( Do I go the Thunderbird way?
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