Hello, On 2009 m. May 15 d., Friday 12:04:27 Marcus Better wrote: > IMHO kmail is unusable due to this and other problems (just check the bug > trackers), and what's more it has been this way for *years*. Data loss, > crashes, connection problems, you name it. (I've used it for nearly a > decade with many different accounts and systems.) Plain wrong. Even your statements "kmail is unusable" and "I've used it for nearly a decade" are contradicting. If you keep using "imho unusable" client, it is your problem. > I think it should be kept out of testing, and would file RC bugs if I > didn't suspect the maintainers would reject them. Yes they are all upstream > issues, but that doesn't mean Debian has to release the pile of junk. Might > even help upstream to draw some conclusions. It is perfectly usable, I have also used it for 6 years (POP3 and IMAP), lost a few mails. Yes, it does crash sometimes, it does have connection problems on unreliable connections, but come on, it is a pretty nice mail client, restarting it usually solves most issues. If you hate kmail, switch to something else. Plain simple. -- Modestas Vainius <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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