woyciesjes at sbcglobal.net
Wed Jul 8 09:27:56 CDT 2015
On 07/07/2015 09:06 PM, Sean Conner wrote:
> ...But I've tried using a GUI to check email and frankly, I
> found it too painful to use. It wasn't that the GUI was confusing or
> inconsistent, but that it was *way too slow*. Sluggish to display, and
> painfully slow to download (it's not unusual for me to receive everal
> hundred emails per day). By checking email on the server using a command
> line tool, I can do the filtering upon receipt (not when downloading) and
> blast through two emails in the time it would take a GUI to display one.
> Right now, I'm using an iPad (and a Bluetooth keyboard) with an SSH client
> to check my email. I get to use an email client I'm familiar with for
> reading, along with my preferred editor to write this email.
Wait, what? The email GUI on an iPad is too slow? What's wrong with
that device? Or is there a problem with your server?
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