[rescue] email clients; was For Sale/Trade - Cobalt Qube 2
jjn_rescue at nonken.net
Mon Jun 13 14:01:45 CDT 2005
At 12:46 PM 6/13/2005, you wrote:
>On Mon, 13 Jun 2005 08:49:53 -0400, Jeffrey Nonken wrote:
> > I've been thinking lately that email clients are pretty stupid in a
> > lot of ways. Few of them will do threading, and all that I've seen
> > stick with the standard "reply" and "reply all" options and nothing
> > else.
>Odd. I would have expected those options to be more widespread.
>Certainly Sylpheed-Claws has threading and "reply to list" (and lots of
Yeah... right now I'm running Windows, plan to migrate to BSD but delaying
that until my life is settled again. Meantime, I looked at Sylpheed Claws
and it's not yet stable for Windows.
Guess I'll just have to wait and re-evaluate when I'm ready for the migration.
Meantime, if Eudora pisses me off too much, I can always migrate to
Pocomail. Done that for a few things anyway.
> > 5) Maybe an extra button for "forward to administrator" and a way to
> > tell it where to find the administrator email address, if it's in the
> > headers, or a way to set it manually.
>Now that would be useful, although I suspect we have different meanings
I was thinking, list admin.
>I'd like an option that would allow users to forward emails
>including full headers to me ... doesn't matter how often I explain the
>process, they always het it wrong.
> > 6) Maybe a button to kick your browser off and send it to the
> > subscription web page.
>Or just have an 'unsubscribe' button which would be enabled with a
I was thinking that unsubscribe isn't necessarily the only thing one might
want to do with one's subscription. Maybe a multi-function button -- like
the ones I see in Mozilla -- depending on what headers it sees.
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