Quoth Michael Pobega: > I'm finally taking the plunge from full CLI to using an X server, and in > place of Mutt I've been using Evolution; But Evolution is nowhere near > as good as Mutt, with threading/speed/customizability (And to boot I > can't even use GViM as my editor!). I'd suggest you just go on using mutt. When I recently switched back to Debian I had a short GNOME-revival because it got installed by default. But... what can I say, it sucked a lot, I missed a *lot* of the functionality I'm used to and had to roll back to using XMonad and consoles. Still using mutt, even on X. Mutt is just the best client out there, you won't find anything comparable - except maybe Sylpheed Claws. It's not as customizable, but good nevertheless and quite speedy for a GTK app. (And it lets you use vim). Aleks BTW: is there any X-toolkit to implement vi-keybindings/modes in any of its input widgets? Would love to see something like this.
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