Re: Tell who did you PAY to include Akonadi?
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On Saturday, 2012-03-31, Duncan wrote:
> Kevin Krammer posted on Sat, 31 Mar 2012 10:53:55 +0200 as excerpted:
> > On Saturday, 2012-03-31, Duncan wrote:
> >> Chances are if there's not one yet, there might be one on the way.
> >> Hopefully there's someone working on a nice, solid, non-akonadified
> >> qt-based mail client, too.
> > http://www.betterinbox.com/
> Thanks. That's still very new and gmail-only ATM apparently, but it
> definitely looks to be worth watching, and I wasn't aware of it yet. So
> yes indeed, thanks. =:^)
Yeah, they are a pretty new startup and obviously need to prioritze.
I was only aware of them because they are users of *and* contributors to email
related KDE libraries.
Something we will hopefully see more often when the frameworks effort makes
individual components more visible as stand-alone entities (which they often
already are, just not visible as such).
> FWIW, there's also the still fairly new "trojita". Qt4-based, but IMAP-
> only, unfortunately, which isn't going to help for users with POP3 (and
> webmail, but ugh!) providers only. As I'm in that category... But I'd
> be tempted if my providers did IMAP.
You could use it with a local IMAP server and use system level agents for mail
gathering, e.g. fetchmail.
Kevin Krammer, KDE developer, xdg-utils developer
KDE user support, developer mentoring
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