browsing a windows network
brian at Awfulhak.org
Sat Jun 22 23:53:36 BST 2002
On 19 Jun 2002 12:00:30 +0100, Paul Richards wrote:
> On Wed, 2002-06-19 at 09:49, alex dyas wrote:
> > > fetchmail (from ports) has some authentication tricks to let it
> > download e-mail from an
> > > Exchange server.
> > I've been using Mozilla's mail client against our Exchange server (IMAP)
> > for some time. If you're used to Outlook this makes a good replacement
> > (for the mail functionality anyway). And you get a browser thrown in
> > for free :)
> You could also look at Evolution, which is very much an outlook clone.
> I've been using it for quite a while now and apart from a few odd quirks
> it's a very good email client.
I've recently switched from exmh2 to sylpheed-claws. sylpheed is gtk based
and has all of the stuff I've wanted for some time:
o Good IMAP support (including SSL and the ability to read other peoples
o Seamless cutover from (n)mh based clients such as exmh - well, I had to
rewrite my filters.
o The ability to configure/use more than one from address.
o Good filtering support.
I've been switching mail over to IMAP... all pretty seamlessly and without
any disasters (well, so far!).
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Paul, your pgp sigs are still showing up as BAD according to the key on
Brian <brian at Awfulhak.org> <brian.somers at sun.com>
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