Thanks for all your answers!
I will give Thunderbird and Geary a try and see which one fits my needs the best 😀
Yea personally I use Thunderbird but I've been using Geary the last week or so, so I can help provide feedback to the Geary developers on what client-side filtering functionality I'd like to see 🙂
Hi there, i use mailspring and also tutanota mail app.
Thunderbird, due the fact I have several private mail and business addresses , and I separate them via profile I need to use a mail client and not gonna use web stuff or I'll go nuts 😃
Call me old-fashioned, but I still prefer to use the respective web client for my emails. Zero set up necessary on new machines and no more waiting for all my email to sync to a new machine.
DataDrake Isn't rather fat clients the old fashion and web interfaces the new one ? 😆
DataDrake I absolutely respect that, but I have many email addresses and it would really annoy me to switch between different sites all the time 😅
DataDrake you code with nano you are older than old-fashion 😃
kyrios Maybe in the Outlook Express days when I still had a Hotmail account. Even then the Yahoo and Hotmail web clients were superior.
Mailspring since it's rendering with webkit (or blink?)
Girtablulu Savage xD
Gaming4LifeDE Does Mailspring still require an intermediate server rather than directly connecting to IMAP and SMTP servers?
Gaming4LifeDE love Mailspring. It works well and is available easily as a self-updating snap.
Marcus Admittedly, most of mine are Gmail accounts so that helps consolidate.
Girtablulu Nah, I just like things that require little to no configuration out of the box. I spent way too much of my teenage years tweaking the hell out of Ubuntu for very little actual reward.
JoshStrobl According to their FAQ they are connecting you directly.
I use Evolution because I wasn't a fan of Thunderbird's UI. I wish it handled folders better though.
It seems to only sync folders when you open them. Which makes things difficult when you're OCD like me and like to sort absolutely everything into relevant folders.
I do adore the UI though. It integrates almost perfectly with the DE theme.
Jazzyboy1 I use Evolution because I wasn't a fan of Thunderbird's UI.
How recently have you tried Thunderbird, if you don't mind me asking?
They changed their UI last year.
Sarno And they gonna change it this year as well.
This being said, I don't expect miracles. Thunderbird UI looks outdated imo and I doubt it will radically change but personally I don't really care; the application is strong, handle multiple mails accounts, signing & encrypting mails, has plugins that's all I need.
I used to use Apple Mail, and then Thunderbird once I switched to Linux. Too much space usage over time to store all those emails. Then changing machines becomes a big pain. Using Gmail instead. Accessible from anywhere. Keep mail in the cloud.
Must admit to not using an email client for my personal use in about 4 years.
At work I use Outlook on a Windows 8.1 system, and actually really like using it.
MintSpider Eww 8.1.
Work > Outlook on Win10 or Outlook Web Access if I'm at home on my Solus machines.
Personal > GMail.com, works perfectly, can be integrated into desktop notifications too.
Justin Windows 8.1 is basically what I am given to use.
In the end of the day it is fine, because I basically only use Excel, Word, Outlook, and Remote Desktop for Inventory Software.
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