Sure wasn't it Niall O Broin <niall at linux.ie>
sometime around Fri, 5 Mar 2004 02:51:09 +0000 said:
> When composing a mail, I want to be able to easily pick from any of my
> identities. I don't necessarily want to have an incoming folder for
> each account (I can set that up if I want) and I want to always use
> the SMTP server 'nearest' to me, depending on where I am.
>> KMail (correctly, in my view) handles identities and sending and
> receivers as separate entities. No other graphical email client of my
> experience does. I'd love to be told how wrong I am.
>I'm not sure if this is exactly what you want but Sylpheed and
Sylpheed-claws let you set up various identities and choose any of
these when you compose a mail. It also lets you check individual
accounts or all of them at once for new mails.
I've been using claws for quite a while now and it seems very stable for
bleeding edge stuff.
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