Quoting SoloCDM (deedsmis at aculink.net):
> What are some of the most recommended programs that encompass web
> browsing and mail?
Just so I've disclosed my characteristic biases: I tend to be a typical
Unix guy in preferring smaller applications that do specific things.
(I'm not trying to convince anyone to think likewise.)
It's my understanding that just about any of the Web browsers for Linux
can be configured to run the mail client (MUA = Mail User Agent) of your
choice when the user selects a mailto: link. You might want to
experiment with that, as it opens up very dramatically your range of
I had never actually bothered to configure this, before testing it just
now with my favourite Linux Web browser (Galeon), and it seems to work
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