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Re: [tlug] How revolutionary is M2?
- Date: Mon, 01 Mar 2004 14:42:53 +0900
- From: Zev Blut <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: [tlug] How revolutionary is M2?
- References: <20040229010646.GI18439@example.com> <email@example.com>
- Organization: Ubiquitous Business Technology, Inc.
- User-agent: Opera7.23/Linux M2 build 518
Hello, On Sun, 29 Feb 2004 11:29:01 +0900, Shawn <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >> I haven't noticed anyone using M2 before (at least, not that had >> the M2 .signature), but there must be something about it that drew >> you away from [fF]ree mail clients such as Kmail, mutt, Balsa, Sylpheed, >> Evolution, etc. > > [Snip comment about lack of Japanese support in Evolution.] > > Other than that, it is just convenient to have a browser/email client > together especially when doing web application developement and there is > a need to discuss bugs on mailing lists. It probably goes in the > catagory of "fat - wasted resources" to users of mutt and some of those > others. Unless I am totally ignorant of the functions in many other mail clients, you may be missing one of the greatest things about M2. M2 has some really cool and fast mail filtering functions in it. I am currently using M2 and would happily change to another mail client if it provides these types of functions, as M2 lacks a lot of other important mail features. So what are these functions? * Contacts: Clicks on a contact and see all the mails that you have received and sent to that person. Note: this is a relatively fast operation and spans all the mails in Opera M2. Of course, you can do this in other mail clients, just be ready to wait and hope that all you mail is organized in one folder/mail box. * Active threads: Is a nice feature that shows you the last few conversations(threads) you have. Click on a thread and see all the back and forth related to said thread. Honestly, I do not use this much, but my girlfriend does quite a bit. * Searches: Keeps an active and up to date view of your recent searches and the results you have made. I believe a few other mail clients now have this, but I am not sure as to the speed. * Attachments: Keeps and index of mails you have received with certain types of attachments in it. Such as Documents, Archives etc... This is really nice when you want to find that attached gz file a friend sent you and quickly. * And others. Ultimately, what is great about M2 is the many ways it lets you view your mail. My main gripes are that the text editor is horrible and the UI is not to my taste. I would recommend playing with it, just to see how nice the above functions are. If there are any current mail clients that support Japanese and do the above and work on Linux I would love to know! Zev
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