Re: Private copies of list replies
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: Private copies of list replies
- From: Michelle Konzack <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 00:27:04 +0200
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Sorry, for the late answer, but I was in Turkey...
(creating a new enterprise in Denizli/Ankara)
Am 2006-03-22 12:15:29, schrieb Sven Mueller:
> Huh? I do just that on a regular basis. And Thunderbird doesn't load
> external pics from mails in either online or offline mode unless you
I do not mean the external pics... I meen the inline ones... On the
Debian-List there are several subscribers, which use crapy WebMailer
which add publicity in form of Pics at the end.
> specifically ask it to do so. You probably didn't try TB for a long time.
> If you are a developer, you can't also be a "normal user". You have
> higher skills than the normal user.
> I second urging devs to implement List-Reply stuff though. But I don't
> recommend implementing M-F-T (though I don't advise against it either).
Currently I am coding a KDE/Gnome-free IMAP-MUA, based
on the ideas of mutt but for X-Window, using GTK+ 2.0.
I collect many ideas to code my MUA. ;-)
So this M-F-T/List-Reply Thread is realy interesting...
> >>Also, it's not like we are discussing about mailers for a propietary
> >>OS, but it's a free mailer that works inside Debian.
> > ...where some Developpers of MUA's thinking, they must make the
> > Linuxpedants compatibel with BS ware from a proprietary OS.
> ?? I don't get what you mean here. Do you mean that Thunderbird devs try
> to make TB compatible with Outlook? They certainly don't. Do you mean
I was on teh Mozilla and Thunderbird Lists (some other MUA's too)
and the trend is going into the direction of Windows stuff...
To make OUR Linux suitable for Windows-Switchers...
> that TB is BS? It certainly isn't. I don't have any idea what else you
> could mean.
I think, copying those Windows stuff is the false way. I like to
code more strict based on RFC's not on some ideas of a proprietary
software which could be nice features.
What I want to say is, some peoples know allready abourt my MUA (GUI
already coded with basic functions) but those $USERS are Winnies,
and they claim I should code things, against RCF and all...
Those are only Windows Gadgets I have never used and never missed.
OK, I have put it onto a wishlist, but...
...you know, we are "hobby" coders and coding for fun and freedom.
I must work hard for my money and if someone wants a professionel
program, why not, but I need money to live (6000 Euro per month).
So, Mozilla-Mail and Thunderbird are implementing one feature after
one, but nothing realy wise. Oh, I have a big wishlist for Mozilla
and Sisters, but if I post them, the Developers send me some jobles
russian KGB killers. Maybe CIA and MOSSAD.
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