[Poll] What is your favorite Email Client?

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If you use one, what's your favorite Email Client?

Poll ended at 2017-07-19 14:24

Claws Mail
2
6%
Evolution
3
9%
Geary
2
6%
KMail
2
6%
Mutt
3
9%
N1
0
No votes
Sylpheed
0
No votes
Thunderbird
18
55%
Trojitá
0
No votes
Other - please comment
3
9%
 
Total votes : 33

Re: [Poll] What is your favorite Email Client?

Postby Rildebai » 2016-07-22 18:41

Innovate wrote:Claws Mail I've sick bored of Thunderbird already.

Hi Innovate. Why are you bored with TB :?:
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Re: [Poll] What is your favorite Email Client?

Postby rovernut » 2016-07-22 23:00

My all time favorite is PMMail, but since I don't use OS/2 anymore...

For Linux I use Icedove, mainly because I haven't taken the time to explore other options.

If they'd port PMMail to Linux I'd actually pay money for it.
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Re: [Poll] What is your favorite Email Client?

Postby No_windows » 2016-07-23 05:47

rovernut wrote:My all time favorite is PMMail, but since I don't use OS/2 anymore...

For Linux I use Icedove, mainly because I haven't taken the time to explore other options.

If they'd port PMMail to Linux I'd actually pay money for it.


I played around with Claws, but went back to Icedove/Thunderbird. There were things I'd grown so used to in Thunderbird that Claws did differently, that I was constantly annoyed with it. Thunderbird works so well that I don't even have to think about it. Unfortunately, I have had it crash several times since the last update. It hasn't happened in about a week, Though.
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Re: [Poll] What is your favorite Email Client?

Postby oswaldkelso » 2016-07-23 07:30

I run claws-mail by default unless on low end setups where the Seamonkey suit it is by far the lightest graphical set up once you include a browser. I've found the difference between firefox and thunderbird and pure Seamonkey enormous.

I'll qualify that by saying I don't tend to run any QT applications but would be surprised if anything running QT4 > is lighter

I've found sylspheed to be the lightest stand alone gui but not much in it over claws when you don't use plugins
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Re: [Poll] What is your favorite Email Client?

Postby edbarx » 2016-07-23 14:34

Question: What is your favorite Email Client?
Answer: None.

Huge bloated email clients that make many assumptions as to what I do with my emails are not for me. I remember a few times when I installed an email client but I always ended up removing it altogether. I am one who doesn't like to have my emails saved locally on my computer.

A simple email client for me would be one that mimics webmail without too many features apart from mail search, mail writing and mail viewing.
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Re: [Poll] What is your favorite Email Client?

Postby deborah-and-ian » 2016-07-25 10:32

edbarx wrote:A simple email client for me would be one that mimics webmail without too many features apart from mail search, mail writing and mail viewing.

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