edwardm1 at live.com
Mon Dec 2 19:18:40 UTC 2013
On Mon, 02 Dec 2013 23:09:57 +1030
Tim <ignored_mailbox at yahoo.com.au> wrote:
> Because those applications are written by people who do not know what
> they're doing (*). It's one thing for a poorly written application to
> not bother to insert headers that the programmer didn't understand, so
> that further thread sorting fails. But it's another thing, altogether,
> to go as far as removing important headers that were already there.
Thakns Tim for the reply. This shows how much I know, not much:-)
I was under the the impression that companies and devs would make it a priority
to write software that would meet all the standards to minimize any problems
like thread breaking; for people who likes to sort their email in a threaded
>People who write software without adhering to, or even looking up
>If you've been doing email, or usenet, for as long as I have, and many
>others, it becomes readily apparent at just how many user agents are
>appallingly crap. They get all manner of things wrong, and don't care,
>"because it works for me." It's one thing to write your own bad
>software, it's much worse to foist it upon everyone else.
I have never used usenet and I have only used Thunderbird and untill
recently windows phone email client and i already think Windows Phone
email client stinks because it breaks threads. I just began
using Sylpheed on Fedora the other day, well see how that goes.
Thanks again for the reply and explanation.
Edward M <edwardm1 at live.com>
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