software recommendation

Charles Hallenbeck chuckh at
Mon Feb 13 04:39:22 EST 2006

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That is my experience too. The email support relies on an interactive 
fetchmail session, and there is no support for encryption/signing, so 
for the moment I too am sticking with mutt. The bookmarking works great, 
and the javascript support is working where it counts. But the fact that 
you can open a directory and step through its contents, descending into 
subdirectories and files, renaming or deleting them, etc., is a real 
plus for me. 


On Sun, Feb 12, 2006 at 05:38:51PM -0800, Tyler Spivey wrote:
> I also use this program for most of my web browsing under Linux. I don't
> use its email features, because mutt is superior to it, and so is vim
> when you want to edit character-based text. I used to be a die-hard ed
> fan, but now I'm a mixed edbrowse/vim fan, so everything is going to
> plan. If you need any help, let me know and I might be able to answer
> your question.
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