Developers are considering dropping the Thunderbird email client from Ubuntu's default apps list in Ubuntu 17.10 due later this year.
Evolution 3.0 is finally available for Ubuntu 11.04 GNOME 3 users to install, thanks to danilo. Evolution 3.0 for GNOME 3 doesn't differ greatly from Evolution 2.x as found by default in Ubuntu 11.04 - at least not on the surface. But if you're using GNOME 3 in Ubuntu you might as well be using the latest version of its default mail application, too.
A strong case for switching the default e-mail application from Evolution to Thunderbird was given at the Ubuntu Developer Summit, with a provisional decision in switching to it for Oneiric, subject to a set of criteria being met made.
Evolution is a little bit staid in the UI department - but don't fix what isn't broken right?
Dexter Jerome Smith sent us the following tutorial for syncing your online Yahoo! calendar with desktop based Evolution.
Anyone who has tried Ubuntu will have surely come across the default mail application 'Evolution'. It's a powerful e-mail tool with an impressive set of features that more than rival commercial alternatives on other platforms. But what do you use?
Enable Push Notification support in Evolution and never have to hit the refresh button again.
The addition of a ‘sent from Ubuntu’ signature on mail sent from Ubuntu’s default mail client Evolution in Ubuntu 10.10 has been nixed, with Ubuntu’s Rick Spencer ensuring that the text is switched off by default […]
A case is being made for ‘Sent from Ubuntu’ signature to be appended to all mail sent from Ubuntu’s desktop e-mail application ‘Evolution’. What do you think? Poll and more information after the break.
As great as Evolution and Thunderbird are to use their interfaces won’t win any awards in a beauty contest. Hell not even a certificate for ‘good effort’. Evolution Express & Spicebird (a thunderbird based fork) […]
Edit: See bottom of post for newest update with oversized icons fixed It sounds impossible, yet it seems to be true! I’ve complained a bit about Evolution before, both about behavior and looks, in hopes […]
With the default apps chosen and announced for 10.10, Maverick Meerkat, I decided that I wanted to take a look at a few apps in particular and look at some of their strengths and weaknesses, […]