[OT] MUA's with "direct post" support?

Wil Cooley wcooley at nakedape.cc
Wed Feb 4 21:08:47 EST 2004

On Wed, 2004-02-04 at 13:03, Kevin P. Fleming wrote:

> However, that pretty much dictates using an MUA that supports "direct 
> posting" of messages into those folders, rather than requiring them to 
> be sent into the folders via SMTP (at least that's the way it seems to 
> me). Anyone have any suggestions? I'd like it very much if I could get 
> SquirrelMail to do this, but I'd like to try out any other alternatives 
> to see if this technique is going to work.

Not that everyone in your organization will have a Linux desktop, but
Evolution 1.4 has this capability.

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