Re: The ideal mail client?

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On Fri, 2009-08-07 at 23:32 -0430, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> More important is that it's is taking way too long to
> check each folder, even when it may only have a few new messages in
> it, or none. That looks very much like an implementation problem.

Nods...

If one client takes mere seconds to do whatever it has to do, when you
go into a folder with thousands of messages, other clients ought to be
on a par with that.  But some clients seem to spend an inordinate amount
of time doing something that other clients don't need to do.  I've used
some that seem to like continuously re-indexing a mail box.  Why?  Is
the program that crap at keeping up to date, and not crashing, that it
keeps needing to reinitialise its database?

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