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

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On 10/10/2010 10:58 AM, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> 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.
> poc

And one of the very nice things is that Google hosted mail supports
Exchange Active Synch, so it works very nicely with iPhones.  This means
you can manage calendars, contacts, and email in a nice, sychronized manner.

-- Steve
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