Re: two gripes about Evolution ...

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On Mon, 2003-12-15 at 14:28, Bryan O'Sullivan wrote:
> On Mon, 2003-12-15 at 11:16, Jack Aboutboul wrote:
> > > 1) The ability to define the priority of my messages. In other mailers,
> > > I can select to send a message (if urgent) with *high*
> > > priority, instead of the default.
> > 
> > 	Agreed.
> This flag is ignored by most mailers, for good reason; it's trivially
> easy for spammers to abuse it.
So how is it that kmail, netscape, mozilla, and other mailers which
I've used in the past *don't* ASSume that I will use the software to
spam people? 

My need to change priority has a reason and a logic.

For example, on another list, I wanted to reply to someone off-list,
*urgently*. The recipient needed some linux CD's to install on his
system in and was asking for a loan of a set. He was also travelling
back and forth in and out of town, so naturally in that case, I would
require / wish to reply to him *urgently*.

However, replying via Evolution, I was not afforded that "luxury"!


Elton ;-)
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