Why do you prefer KDE?
dmcgarrett at optonline.net
Fri Dec 27 20:29:03 GMT 2013
On 12/27/2013 08:15 AM, Jay DeKing wrote:
> On 12/27/2013 07:00 AM, kde-request at mail.kde.org wrote:
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>> 1. Re: Why do you prefer KDE? (Pavel Volkov)
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>> Date: Thu, 26 Dec 2013 22:06:48 +0400
>> From: Pavel Volkov <negaipub at gmail.com>
>> To: kde at mail.kde.org
>> Subject: Re: [kde] Why do you prefer KDE?
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>> On Saturday 21 December 2013 23:10:30 Doug wrote:
>>> (On the other hand, I would never again trust
>>> KMail. I used it on SuSE back around 2009/10, when it started
>>> printing incoming messages in some Asian font, and they could not be
>> I'd suggest to give KMail another try nevertheless, it certainly has some
>> issues but it's quite usable and had major rewrites since 2009.
>> Some great features are not found in other software: Sieve server-side filters
>> support (and an editor for it), selecting different display styles for different
>> folders (e. g. mailing list folders display as threaded and other folders in
>> your favourite style)
>> Many thanks to the KDE community, and keep the goodness coming,
>> Jay DeKing
>> Château Cruso, NC, USA
I'm very happy with Thunderbird for my mail. I do not need or want
anything that it doesn't do.
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