Claws-Mail – Part IV

Claws-Mail replaced the love I had for Thunderbird. I have been a Thunderbird user for many years and it was a great replacement for Outlook Express at the time.
I blogged before I couldn’t use Claws-Mail but after I switched back to Thunderbird again, things began to bug me. The layout and speed of Claws-Mail was something I was missing in Thunderbird. So I decided to change the way I was using GPG and signatures to accommodate Claws-Mail. I did this while still using Thunderbird and it was clear I could do it and switched back to Claws-Mail again.

I switched back just about an hour ago and I love it. I don’t feel bad about it unlike when I switched from from Claws-Mail to Thunderbird. I was always looking back at Claws-Mail and trying to see if I could make it work.

Claws-Mail replaced the love I had for Thunderbird. I have been a Thunderbird user for many years and it was a great replacement for Outlook Express at the time.
I blogged before I couldn’t use Claws-Mail but after I switched back to Thunderbird again, things began to bug me. The layout and speed of Claws-Mail was something I was missing in Thunderbird. So I decided to change the way I was using GPG and signatures to accommodate Claws-Mail. I did this while still using Thunderbird and it was clear I could do it and switched back to Claws-Mail again.

I switched back just about an hour ago and I love it. I don’t feel bad about it unlike when I switched from from Claws-Mail to Thunderbird. I was always looking back at Claws-Mail and trying to see if I could make it work.

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