[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
[Discuss] GPG encryption and gmail
- Subject: [Discuss] GPG encryption and gmail
- From: edwardp at linuxmail.org (edwardp at linuxmail.org)
- Date: Fri, 2 Sep 2016 18:28:16 -0400
> Date: Thu, 1 Sep 2016 18:36:16 -0400 From: David Rosenstrauch > <darose at darose.net> To: discuss at blu.org Subject: Re: [Discuss] GPG > encryption and gmail Message-ID: > <ef8ff476-49d3-fb76-4342-ade5efbd33b8 at darose.net> Content-Type: > text/plain; charset=utf-8; format=flowed On 09/01/2016 06:01 PM, > edwardp at linuxmail.org wrote: >> I would not recommend K-9. I found that it would repeatedly hang when >> trying to connect to either the Comcast or Gmail servers, while using it >> on multiple mobile networks. And once that occurs, a manual poll of any >> other account with K-9, would not go through. >> >> The only way to fix (?) this, would be do a Force Stop of K-9 each time >> it hung and relaunch the app. > I've used k-9 with gmail for years - as well as with my work email (MS > exchange server) and my home server email (exim/dovecot) - with no > issues. Not criticizing, just providing another data point. > > DR K-9 worked perfectly a few years back, not known what had changed since then. But it clearly shouldn't hang the way it does. I've looked at other e-mail apps and really haven't found one yet that suits my needs. The one I'm using currently (mail.com), by default, sends e-mails as text/html, which I learned the BLU list server blocks, if I understood Jerry correctly.