problems with TheBat inline pgp messages
Adrian 'Dagurashibanipal' von Bidder
avbidder at fortytwo.ch
Wed Feb 11 20:34:11 CET 2004
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On Wednesday 11 February 2004 19.11, Todd wrote:
> If you want a nice GUI MUA on linux that can do both inline and
> PGP/MIME, definitely give KMail a look. AFAIK, you still have to go
> to a little trouble to install the software needed to support
> PGP/MIME, but they have a HOWTO on their home page. Once you get that
> done, KMail is pretty sweet.
Lack of proper PGP support was one of the reasons I switched from evo to kmail
(lacking inline, and many, many bugs in the PGP/MIME support in the 1.0.x
Debian packaging for the Aegypten modules (PGP/MIME in kmail) seems to be
finally moving, IIRC some preliminary packages are available.
For those who read mailing lists: kmail from KDE 3.2 now features 'ignore
thread' and 'watch thread' functions.
Ok, there's also things where evo does a *lot* better - the most important for
me: kmail doesn't cache IMAP data right now, and some time-consuming tasks
are still not in the background. But on ADSL, I feel it's good enough.
- -- vbi (I'll sign this inline just because... :-)
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