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Redhat 7.3 and Evolution

Jerry Feldman <gaf at> writes:

> It leaves the =20s on replies.
> One reason I have not changed my email program is that I can easily check
> email from work when I ssh into my system.
> From a user interface standpoint, evolution appears to be an excellent
> email package.

One of the important points for me was the PGP/GnuPG support. 
it fails to check signatures properly; it reports that your message was
forged, whereas when I view the same message in exmh it checks out fine.

I've switched back to exmh now. Evolution is fine for demonstrations,
but not for my primary mail UA. I think I'll split off jabr at
into a separate mailbox, and point Evolution at that.

John Abreau / Executive Director, Boston Linux & Unix 
ICQ 28611923 / AIM abreauj / JABBER jabr at / YAHOO abreauj
Email jabr at / WWW / PGP-Key-ID 0xD5C7B5D9
PGP-Key-Fingerprint 72 FB 39 4F 3C 3B D6 5B E0 C8 5A 6E F1 2C BE 99

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