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Re: How I usually read my mail:

by b10m (Vicar)
on Nov 08, 2004 at 19:14 UTC ( #406178=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to How I usually read my mail:

Wow, I'm amazed by the outcome of this poll (up till now). I figured the MS Outlook-family apps wouldn't be top listed (after all, we have a lot of *NIX freaks around here), but because of that, I'd say pine/elm/mutt would be on the top. But no, currently Thunderbird is ranked highest. I thought most of the monks over here would at least love an app that would allow them to use $EDITOR1 for composing mails...

I recently switched from PINE (still love it) to mutt (getting to love it more and more) ... for what it's worth ...

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[marto]: ah, so this is payback :P
[LanX]: problem with booking venues is that you only know the number of participants a week in advance. ..
[marto]: I guess most cities have areas similar to this, I tend not to mind personally, but would not go out of my way to head down that way
[marto]: it'll probably be fine.
[marto]: LanX: I appreciate that, it's honestly a difficult thing, a fine balance
[marto]: I'm sure it'll be fun :)
[marto]: of course I can take you to some of the best/worst bars in Glasgow ;)
[LanX]: is Glasgow that city where catholics and protestants fight in bars? ; )
[marto]: not really, but pick your side, we'll visit some real dumps

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