Re: Email programs that work.
Michelle Konzack <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> Still, there are some unpleasant problems I couldn't solve. The worst
>> one was that Mutt downloads the whole message. That is, it does not
>> support selective retrieval of MIME parts, AFAIU.
> I do not know one single IMAP client which can do this...
> Even under <brr>Windows</brr>
Thunderbird 1.5 does. Non-inline attachments over 30000 bytes should
be downloaded only on demand, provided the server supports it. Inline
attachments get downloaded no matter how big they are, unfortunately.