But I don't intend to remove Evolution, it's my prefered mail and
I was saying that I like the desktop
integration, out-of-the-box, and don't intend to loose it or have to
install pacakges to have it, when I've benn having it since Dapper, and
in (almost???) every Gnome based Distro. Don't get me wrong, not intend
to start a war evolution vs thunderbird, they's both good, and I totally
understand that are people that prefer thunder over evo, but I think
that, since evo is soooooo integrated in Gnome, it wouldn't be good to
remove it from the default install.
Oh, and one more reason why I think evo should be in default install...
A lot of Windows users use Microsoft Outlook for their e-mail and
calendar, and when they give linux a try, they expect to find a similar
tool. That happened to me on a lot of clients I've migrated, they all
started working in evo with no problem! But, if it's someone that in
Windows uses Outlook Express, I believe that Evo or Thunder won't make
much diference because it would be just e-mailing...
Mario Vukelic escreveu:
> On Tue, 2008-07-29 at 20:45 +0100, David Meireles wrote:
>> Besides, I'll loose the calendar and contacts integration with the
>> desktop out-of-the-box, like I have?
> You can safely uninstall the evolution package, as long as you leave
> evolution-data-server and evolution-data-server-common installed. The
> integration will still work.
> Oh yeah, and this will really be my last post on the subject, sorry
> everyone for the long OT thread to which I contributed. In my first
> reply I suggested to Karl that Brainstorm is a better place for this,
> and lo and behold! there are already entries similar to his suggestion:
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