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Which offline email client to use in 2018?

Added by DanielAlexander DanielAlexander almost 3 years ago

Pardon me for starting the same old rhetoric, but I think we need a proper solution here. Web based clients are good and those who find it useful should keep using it.

However, there is a dearth of good offline email clients in the linux world. There is no good equivalent like Outlook and Mozilla doesn't give as love to thunderbird as to firefox. The only other practical solution is evolution, but I don't know whether it has evolved enough to become usable.

Which one do you prefer and why?


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RE: Which offline email client to use in 2018? - Added by DanielAlexander DanielAlexander almost 3 years ago

DanielAlexander DanielAlexander wrote:

Pardon me for starting the same old rhetoric, but I think we need a proper solution here. Web based clients are good and those who find it useful should keep using it.

However, there is a dearth of good offline email clients in the linux world. There is no good equivalent like Outlook and Mozilla doesn't give as love to thunderbird as to firefox. The only other practical solution is evolution, but I don't know whether it has evolved enough to become usable.

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RE: Which offline email client to use in 2018? - Added by Patsy Moore over 2 years ago

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RE: Which offline email client to use in 2018? - Added by james robin almost 2 years ago

DanielAlexander DanielAlexander wrote:

Pardon me for starting the same old rhetoric, but I think we need a proper solution here. Web based clients are good and those who find it useful should keep using it.

However, there is a dearth of good offline email clients in the linux world. There is no good equivalent like Outlook and Mozilla doesn't give as love to thunderbird as to firefox. The only other practical solution is evolution, but I don't know whether it has evolved enough to become usable. https://www.tcswebmail.info/ https://www.dadeschools.one/ https://www.upsers.fyi/

Which one do you prefer and why?

However, there is a dearth of good offline email clients in the linux world. There is no good equivalent like Outlook and Mozilla doesn't give as love to thunderbird as to firefox. The only other practical solution is evolution, but I don't know whether it has evolved enough to become usable.

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