Re: Is there a stable mail client for linux?
On Fri, Oct 01, 2004 at 10:02:52AM -0400, Ed Sutherland wrote:
> My e-mail clients (Thunderbird 0.8 and KMail) just went insane this
> morning. I hit the 'del' key and TB deleted every message in my inbox
> that was either older than the message selected or unread. Some were
> able to be rescued from the 'Trash', but others -- such as the ones I
> really wanted to keep -- completely vanished. A search failed to turn up
> the messages.
> Then I went to the latest Kmail and it kept presenting me with the same
> requester and despite hitting the 'cancel' button, continued asking me
> the same question (did I want to delete a message or cancel). I finally
> had to log-out and reboot in order to regain control. Is there a secure,
> solid and stable e-mail client built for linux? I don't want
> applications to have a mind of their own. ;)
Plenty of them. But you need to stop using sid.
All you people who are always reccomending sid and testing, this is
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