Re: Broken mail readers (was Re: Properly wiping a hard drive ?)

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On Sun, 2010-10-10 at 12:12 +0100, Marko Vojinovic wrote:
> The good things about gmail are:
> * it is free of charge,
> * it has a large storage capacity (cca. 7GB per user),
> * it is hardly blacklisted anywhere,
> * it allows you to use a client of your choice.

* It has excellent junk mail filtering
* A recent addition allows you to avoid the conversation-based flow if
you don't like it.
* Although the web interface doesn't support threading directly, it
doesn't mess up the headers the way Yahoo! does.
* If you use it as an SMTP server, it keeps a copy of everything you
send (so turn off sent mail archiving in your email client). You may or
may not like this.
* All your mail is indexed and can be searched very quickly using
Google's engine.

My subscribed address on this list is via Gmail, and I use it almost
entirely via Evolution, occasionally via Thunderbird, and only once in a
while via the web interface.


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