Quoting Caolan McNamara (caolan at csn.ul.ie):
> I find slrn most similiar to mutt. Its not as nifty though.
That's it, in a nutshell. I used tin early on, liked it a lot, adopted
mutt for e-mail, and attempted to get used to slrn, in part because of
its similarities to mutt. It's a nice newsreader, but tin still seems
subtly more comfortable and less awkward to me. Views will surely
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