[sf-lug] evolution: bug or feature?
jim at well.com
Sat May 31 10:26:44 PDT 2008
thanks for the vote.
i like plain old mail (CLI, works fine), but
i'm trying to learn how to use evolution with
my cellphone, hoping to get hip to the "we
gotta have outlook" issue that seems one of the
main resistance points small businesses have to
switching to linux.
so far i've just gotten mail and then run
off to do chores. in a couple of weeks i'll
have time to try to integrate evolution features
(e.g. calendar) with my phone.
On Sat, 2008-05-31 at 09:33 -0700, Jason Turner wrote:
> On May 31, 2008, at 9:01 AM, jim wrote:
> > [...]
> > bottom line: you can click a mailbox folder
> > and mark it as junk. do that with the inbox
> > folder and when evolution gets your mail it
> > will read it for you in a millisecond and then
> > put it in your junk folder.
> > is this a bug or a feature? (one definition
> > of a bug: unexpected behavior.)
> If you're looking for a survey, I'll put my vote in for lousy
> feature. Or Bug if I have to stick to your binary choices. Still,
> quite a surprise to hear you using the GUI at all! ;-p I'm guessing
> you'll be returning to/keeping text-based mailers as your primary
> method of mail mgmt?
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