Evolution vs. Thunderbird

Juan De Mola juan.demola at gmail.com
Wed Sep 2 20:38:12 UTC 2009

2009/9/1 David McNally <david3333333 at gmail.com>

> Hi everyone.
> After being without Internet access for a week, I've decided I don't want
> to use webmail any longer. However, I don't want to change my email address,
> so I want to keep my Gmail, but use Evolution or Thunderbird to have it on
> my computer. During this internet-free week, I found myself constantly
> needing to go back and find old emails from the past few weeks that I would
> have had if I had set up Evolution or Thunderbird.
> So, which one do you folks think is better, and why?
> Just in case this helps, I need it to support Gmail easily. I have a 64-bit
> Ubuntu 9.04 machine. I don't have Thunderbird installed, but it would be no
> problem to install it. I need something that's _easy_ for me to use. I'm
> still a bit of a noob, but I'm a serious noob in this area. I've never
> really used programs like Outlook or Evolution or Thunderbird, so it has to
> be simple to navigate and to get it to do what I want it to do, even if I
> need to sacrifice features for that.
> Thanks in advance,
> David
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Juan Pablo De Mola Rodríguez
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