thanks to both of you ,
i tried xfmail but it kept saying it couldnt find the forms for it .
when i downed them they wouldnt install properly .
the error i was having with the ./configure prob with ksendmail was
checking for kde libraries installed... configure: error: your system
fails at linking a small kde appication!
check, if your compiler is installed correctly and if you have used the
same compiler to compile qt and kdelibs as you did use now.
think its using gcc or cc
brian.galbraith at bigfoot.com wrote:
>> On 4 Feb 00, at 11:10, Virus wrote:
>> > hi all,
> > i was wondering if there was a program for linux that was similar to eudopa
> > 4 pro for windows. i.e. to have a copule of different pop address , with
> > diff usernames and server and the ability to switch between then . also
> > filtering itno folders would be nice. am i asking too much.
> > im running rh6.1
>> Used to use Eudora myself.... I find XFmail to be quite good. Latest
> version is 1.4.4, and that is as high as it will go. It is currently being
> ported to GTK+ and will be known as Archimedes.
>> You can look at XFmail on http://xfmail.slappy.org>> Regards
>> Brian Galbraith
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