I will voluntairto guide Clawsmail to become a good mail client and be its MOTO
h.aling at home.nl
Tue Feb 27 10:39:51 UTC 2007
Radomir Dopieralski wrote:
> Dnia Tue, Feb 27, 2007 at 11:07:07AM +0100, napisale(a)s:
>> Jelle de Jong wrote:
>> Why I don't (yet) like Claws Mail:
>> - No default html rendering of emails (possible with a plugin and manual
>> - No possibility to compose a html mail
> Those are advantages!
> Really, html mail is only useful as a "this is spam" flag :)
I know many of you see this as an advantage, but I'd really like to add
a html (bold, italics, font size) signature to my business mail.
Accentuating words and/or sentences with bold or italics is also a must
(for me and a lot of other users). using *bold* and /italics/ just
doesn't make sense to everybody... Some might even think of that as
going 10 years back in time...
If you don't like html mail, you can always disable it... It's what the
majority of computer users want, and IMHO that's html based email
displaying and composing...
>> - Ugly default icons
>> - Really annoying alternating colors in the folder list
> Isn't this just a matter of the gtk theme?
Yes and no, I haven't found a theme which doesn't have the alternating
colored rows instead of a plain background, so I think it's in the
widget... (non-developer speaking)
I've tried Claws for a while, but the above drove me back in the arms of
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