I want Fedora in my future, but is it possible?

Reindl Harald h.reindl at thelounge.net
Sat Mar 23 10:04:27 UTC 2013

Am 23.03.2013 07:13, schrieb Gilboa Davara:
> D. Take a second to consider the web-mail vs. locally installed client
> split 10 years ago and today. 10 years ago, a vast majority of the
> mail traffic was POP3 and IMAP, today the tides have turned, and the
> most of the mail traffic is either business (Exchange, which again, is
> slowly being phased out in-favor of outlook.com) or web-based

no, the homeusers which does not archive their mails over years
and are too stupid to type "[enter mailprogram} add new account"
in the google searchbox and refuse to understand why incoming and
outgoing mail is not the same are using only webmail

the rest of the world is using in additionally for what it was
made: a temporary solution and you can be pretty sure that the
business users are the majority if you not only count blindly
and instead take the amout of invested money in your bill

the noobs are not the people who brought linux to where it s now
and so it should not go in a direction what they believe is nice

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