[Coco] Somewhat OT: Win10 email client
joel.rees at gmail.com
Mon Jul 24 18:45:15 EDT 2017
On Tue, Jul 25, 2017 at 6:39 AM, James Ross <jrosslist at outlook.com> wrote:
> Possibly Claws Mail?
> Disclaimer: I have NOT tried it – it might be garbage, but looking it over, it looks like it *may* have the features you are looking for?
> * Multiple MH folder support (MH Mailbox Format)
> * Mbox import/export (from what a read Eudora used one of the Mbox formats)
> * AttRemover plugin: Allows removing attachments from received emails.
> I am planing on dumping Microsoft Outlook one of these days for an open source solution and this one looks like a possible candidate (along w/ .
I've only used claws a little bit on MSWindows, but I have used sylpheed,
which is the project claws is a fork of, extensively in the past. I'd probably
be using it now, if Google weren't being a bit backwards about the way
they handle TLS connections.
The way all the ecmascript in the webmail client is so heavy that it's hard
to type even this much of a message, I'm going to be figuring out the
> From: Coco <coco-bounces at maltedmedia.com> on behalf of Dennis Bathory-Kitsz <bathory at maltedmedia.com>
> Sent: Monday, July 24, 2017 6:03 PM
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> Subject: Re: [Coco] Somewhat OT: Win10 email client
> On Mon, July 24, 2017 12:51 pm, William Astle wrote:
>> However, (2) is news to me. I've been having folder hierarchies in
>> Thunderbird since the beginning. IMAP servers using the old "mbox" file
>> format typically don't allow messages and sub folders to be at the same
>> point in the hierarchy, but that doesn't affect Thunderbird's internal
>> format for local mail storage.
> Just to be clear, I haven't used Thunderbird since it failed to import
> correctly a few years ago and I removed it. But I don't see anything in the
> current Thunderbird documentation that shows that all the files/folders are
> present as distinct Windows files/folders. In Eudora, every one of my 5,000+
> folders and .mbx files can be separately opened (without using Eudora) and
> thus also searched by Windows.
One of these days I'll get someone to pay me
to design a language that combines the best of Forth and C.
Then I'll be able to leap wide instruction sets with a single #ifdef,
run faster than a speeding infinite loop with a #define,
and stop all integer size bugs with my bare cast.
More of my delusions:
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