Hi all,

I have Evolution email and it is awful, what would be better for home use???

Thanks.

Pumper

asked 18 Jul '10, 19:24

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edited 22 Jul '10, 08:20

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Are you connecting to a POP or IMAP client?

(19 Jul '10, 19:15) Andy

As this question is very subjective, I recommend marking it as Community Wiki.

(22 Jul '10, 08:20) guerda

Please accept an answer so the question/answer can be finished. Or provide more details so we can help.

(20 Apr '11, 14:13) rfelsburg ♦



Thunderbird ? As it's a mozilla product, you can use lots of different addons

But it depends also what you don't like about evolution...

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answered 18 Jul '10, 20:33

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Thunderbird or mail in Opera or Seamonkey.

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answered 19 Jul '10, 00:24

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Again Thunderbird is probably your best bet. If you would like something console based though alpine is really good.

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answered 19 Jul '10, 12:58

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I am a big fan of mutt. http://www.mutt.org/

It is my console Email program of choice followed by alpine.

For GUI, I go with Thunderbird.

sudo apt-get install thunderbird
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answered 19 Jul '10, 19:14

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I am using KMail for KDE but you can install it in GNOME.

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answered 19 Jul '10, 19:22

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Thunderbird is good, but why even bother with clients. Use Google's gmail or for business Google Apps!

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answered 21 Jul '10, 19:39

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