Evolution without gnome

Harald Schmalzbauer h at schmalzbauer.de
Sun Nov 2 15:50:16 PST 2003

On Monday 03 November 2003 00:21, parv wrote:
> in message <1067804802.3602.58.camel at tyrael.linnet>,
> wrote sebastian ssmoller thusly...
> Would it be too doggedly of me to suggest to use mutt instead?  I mean
> just look at it...
>   # cd /usr3/ports/mail/mutt
>   # make pretty-print-build-depends-list
>   This port requires package(s) "autoconf-2.13.000227_5 automake-1.4.5_9
> docbook-1.2_1 docbook-241_2 docbook-3.0_2 docbook-3.1_2 docbook-4.0_2
> docbook-4.1_2 expat-1.95.6_1 gettext-0.12.1 iso8879-1986_2 jade-1.2.1_5
> libiconv-1.9.1_3 linuxdoc-1.1_1 m4-1.4_1 sgmlformat-1.7_2 xmlcatmgr-1.1" to
> build.

Well, even this incredible slow thunderbird was better than evolution IMHO.
(Brings me to the question why under Win it responds reasonably but under 
FreeBSD you need lots of Baldrian-Mass (Mass= one bavarian beer unit, the big 
one and Baldrian is a homeopathic tranquilization drug) if you try to read 
more than 10 Mails/hour)
But that's another subject. (I love pine and kmail for GUI)

>   - Parv
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