Re: Kmail2/Akonadi issue on FreeBSD.

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On Tue, 29 Nov 2011 07:44:18 +0100
Martin (KDE) articulated:

> Btw: I once tried claws-mail as well, but this program did not fit my
> needs. I currently use SOGo as groupware server besides my cyrus imap
> server and afaik only thunderbird and kmail2 are able to handle
> CalDAV/CardDAV correctly (on Linux). I no longer want to handle
> addresses and appointments in different programs separately.

Interesting. I use Claws-Mail myself and am quite happy with it
although, like I guess about any other program you can name, there is
definitely room for improvement.

Out of morbid curiosity, did you ever try to contact the CM developers
directly and voice your concerns? I have done so in the past with some
limited success. I don't expect them to jump just because I ask them
to; however, they did address a few concerns that I had.

Perhaps contacting them yourself or posting a suggestion or feature
desired request on their bugzilla or mail forum might prove useful.

-- 
Jerry ♔

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