[sylpheed:31878] Re: Analysis of Sylpheed features as Windows appl
lqhminei at ngi.it
Mon Oct 29 05:27:58 JST 2007
On Thu, 25 Oct 2007 19:47:21 +0200
Petr Kovar <pknbe at volny.cz> wrote:
> LUIGI FELICI <lqhminei at ngi.it>, Thu, 25 Oct 2007 16:42:55 +0200:
> > Also about the marks, the attachment mark as it's now is pretty useless
> > IMHO, as any message I receive which is not plain text got an
> > attachment, so it would be very usefull to me to have a filter for
> > attachment type, so far we have in Sylpheed "Has attachment" or "Not
> > Has attachments", but I hope more users would need a filter like
> > "Attachment is html" or "Attachment is gif", and so on. Maybe so also
> > the Search messages tool filters and the mark icons could be updated to
> > that.
> I can second that.
> > This was already asked, why not changing the "From (me to...)"colum to
> > the usual "To" column in the Sent pane? Also this "From (me to...)"
> > column is not easy to sort at first. Moreover sorting could be enhanced
> > with a selection: by user name or by domain.
> The NEWS file reads:
> "* 2.4.6 (stable)
> * The 'To' column was added to the summary view."
> Perhaps you should update your copy of Sylpheed to the above version
> or preferably to the latest release (i.e. 2.4.7 currently).
right, when I wrote my comments I was still on 2.4.5,
> > And more about displaying HTML messages: they are never render with the
> > images they may have, neither into Sypheed nor using "Open with..." IE
> > browser, images can be displayed separately but not in the HTML context
> > as indended by the author of the message.
> The use of HTML emails grows considerably these days (or it's just my point
> of view, reflecting the state of my inbox). In my opinion Sylpheed
> (otherwise a great client) is really missing out on the HTML thing.
yes, as long that one could clear out the HTML code from the archiive messages,
> Petr Kovar
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