mateusz at loskot.net
Sat Apr 15 12:29:03 BST 2006
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> daniele favara wrote:
> during a meeting we discussed if to include a mail client or not ..
> but we didn't decided anything definitive ...
> <hob> Hi. My mother's finally decided to upgrade from Windows ME. I
> was thinking of trying her on xubuntu, but she only hs a 400Mhz
> Celeron 164mb ram. Is this enough?
> <nomed> sure
> <hob> nomed, great, I'll get her on that. She only needs firefox,
> thunderbird and abiword...
> <nomed> hob, you'll need to apt-get install thunderbird
> <hob> nomed, yeah, found that one out for myself. What is going to be
> the email client for xubuntu?
I'd suggest to stick to Thunderbird.
It's not heavy but for person like a mother (I mean, not
a computer expert) Thunderbird brings very nice features like
self-learning filter of spam messages, integration with Firefox,
well working spell checker, extensions, simply and intuitive UI, etc.
I'd say that everyone who knows Outlook Express will be able to find
herself with Thunderbird in a minute.
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