Thanks .. dolphin..
Not a big deal though. I'll probably just use claws .. if I can get it to work with my ISP.
Thanks .. dolphin..
Agree .. I don't think those two will work in Linux / Wine. Yes, I remember the bat from years ago. I think I might have pondered over which one of them to get at the time. Anyway, think I'll check around and see what I can find. I'll test the trial version in Wine and see if it works ok for me. I'm sure it isn't to expensive. With so many email programs out there, I'm surprised some haven't be ported over. Thank You! :)towwire wrote: ↑Sun Oct 07, 2018 1:38 am
Pegasus will not run in wine and I don't think Poco-mailer will either. One client that will run (not free) is TheBAT!, in wine. It will meet your requirements, I have an older version that works great. If you search for it, they have a trial version you could test and a free portable version usb etc. You can set it up in all address in folders or like many users. Note I am not connected to them in any way, just something you may try, don't remember what it costs.
Totally agree .. huge lack of choices.
oops wrote: ↑Sun Oct 07, 2018 5:17 amI used Thunderbird with Unity (good and user friendly, but too heavy) ... Evolution into Gnome (good but heavy too) ... In fact, it's strange for a Linux fan, but my preferred was Outlook-Express with Windows. ;-)
... But I never tried Sylpheed ( lightweight and user-friendly e-mail client) , maybe a good choose into XFCE ?
I usually fall back and end up using claws. I guess claws is free / open source? .. So I'm surprised it hasn't been picked up and turned into a top notch emailer for linux.
Me too ... but wait & see before using claws ;-)
Good summary, so the choice is mostly between 3 app. only, into MX17/XFCE
I'll wait and see how it goes ..
Yes, I remember that from years ago. Got it on the list now. Thanks .. Artim
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