Email Clients and digital signatures
Adrian 'Dagurashibanipal' von Bidder
Mon Jun 30 08:17:02 2003
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On Saturday 28 June 2003 13:21, Subba Rao wrote:
> out there now. Outlook stands out the best, since you can have calender
> and tasks list etc.
(1) Outlook is *bad*: you probably have to go to extra lengths to see this=
message, since it's a PGP/MIME message. This particular bug is about 4 or=20
more years old and M$ declined to fix it for whatever reasons.
(2) having TODO list and a calendar application is related to being a good=
*mail* client exactly how? I mean, if you think Outlook is a good mail=20
client, then please argue with its features as a mail client and not with a=
the other things it might have.
Not going into the more ideological debate that one should avoid products o=
company that aggressively tries to maintain and extend its monopoly, and th=
demands horrendously high prices for its software... (You *did* pay for you=
Windows and Office software, didn't you?)
NOTE: my email addresses in usenet postings change frequently!
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