Brave Browsers email client when it is released shortly. Anon@brave.com. seriously.
>/g/>GNUmail nowherethis board has fallen
>>80343535>Brave Browsers email client when it is released shortly. Anon@brave.com. seriously.
>>80343539Nobody cares, worthless idiot.
i started using thunderbird recently to manage all my e-mail accounts and it works fine, just a shame it doesn't support totp auth so you have to set app passwords for each acc.
Where are my mutt chads at?
evolution is the only one usable on gnu/linux, you get calendar, meetings, tasks in a single application, like Outlook.works with MS exchange too.
>>80343416my web browser
>>80343416If trojita had multiple accounts it'd be my favorite. Gonna add the multiple account feature to trojita once i have time. For now i'm using evolution although i'd rather use claws mail because of retarded footfag keyrings and why the fuck does it have a calendar but i'm high inhib to actually once again type all the pussy ass imap and smtp settings. Why the fuck does nobody provide a server with all email domains and their imap, pop3 and smtp resolutions ? So fucking simple yet nobody can get it right.
Sylpheed It’s Japanese
>>80343416The default e-mail client on my MacBook. It does everything just right.
>>80343777In other words you're a moron.
>>80343595Screencap'd.Will post in 5 years when all the sheeps have seen the light.
Thunderbird feels extremely bloated to me. It takes a good while to start and run even on a SSD
>>80343595Why would you need meetings and calendar ? I have a calendar provided by my DE like any other normal person.With that said they autoconfigure your email and often it actually works. Also the keyring feature is so annoying. It's not a bad email, it works, but has some annoyances.
>>80343416Evolution is pretty based
If you're using a browser that doesn't have a built in email client in 2021 then you're a virgin.
>>80343416I use Thunderbird because I don't really know any other Email Clients desu
Used to like the email client that was built into netscape. Nowadays I use Thunderbird.
>>80344080using a browser that isn't chrome/firefox is a textbook symptom of not having sex, so idk why you even bothered to make this post
>>80344080vivaldi is an operating system lacking a good web browser
>>80344283won't be surprised if vivaldi has a higher installation base than firefox
>>80344283>wanting to have sexYou should be better than that by now
>>80343416I think they all suck and e-mail should be rethinked cause it's a relic.
>>80343562>just a shame it doesn't support totp authexcept it does
I use Fastmail (on my phone) with my own domain.
>>80344400How about Web Authentication? I tried it with a gmail account and TB would open a browser Window but the built in browser was too old to propagate the authentication request to the device. It also wouldn't let me copy the link. Is that different on newer versions of TB?
>>80344417and you're an idiot.
>>80343416Sylpheed/Claws or evolution are pretty good.
>>80344400It opens the webpage in the e-mail client and makes you sign in via that, it's hardly integrating it.
>>80344790I see he has better taste in mail services than he has in browsers.
>>80343576Used mutt for a few months like a decade ago, very nice for staying on task. I wish it had just basic html support/rich text, though.
>>80343535brave is shi. even the gibs are not worth it.
>>80343695it's about as prudent as you'd expect
>>80344972wait does /g/ now filter shit?shitbrave is shitshit shit shit
>>80345066nvm i'm just a brainlet
>2021>using email client instead of just web browser
>>80344283You caught me, but Vivaldi's comfy
>>80344961>I wish it had just basic html support/rich textBut that's great. I hate HTML emails and have set my client to convert every mail into plain text. Of course it still parses the HTML, having something that just shows the source would be even nicer. But can't you just attach a different editor to mutt if you really want rich text?
>>80345220I've always used vi/vim, I don't know that it supports anything like that, but I see emacs does. But emacs looks more like a full OS than just a text editor