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Evolution

Integrated mail, addressbook and calendar functions for GNOME desktops

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Evolution is the official personal information manager and workgroup information management tool for GNOME. It combines e-mail, calendar, address book, and task list management functions. Its user interface and functionality are similar to Microsoft Outlook. Features include iCalendar support, full-text indexing of all incoming mail, powerful email filters writable in Scheme, and a “Search Folders” feature (i.e., saved searches that look like normal mail folders).

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Features

  • Intelligent Junk Mail Control
  • Search Folders
  • Integrated Security
  • Desktop Integration
  • Filters
  • Searching
  • Web Calendars
  • Collaboration Server Support
  • Multiple Account Management

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  • showe1966
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    OK, Stable but all versions up to V 3.6.4 it loose mail since the past 3 years. The mail that is incoming is lost if the internet connection goes down during the mail downloading process. I have searched internet, but there is no documentation on how to recover that lost mail. This bug has existed since they started using the MAILDIR format. Its strange that such an important program should have such a large, unsolved bug like this. I think the problem is related to viewing the messages stored locally.

    Posted 05/08/2015
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2011-12-09
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