Christopher Svanefalk christopher.svanefalk at
Tue Mar 12 16:24:38 UTC 2013


Hi Patrick,

Like Reindl already suggested, you are much better off using SeaMonkey ( in that case. It is completely packaged
for Fedora, just run yum install seamonkey and you are off to a good start.
The documentation should help you with everything else you need.


Christopher Svanefalk

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