[aur-general] Mutt vs Gmail (Was: An idea for vim scripts/plugins)
ricardo at scarybox.net
Mon May 11 16:22:24 EDT 2009
Heh, I knew you would say that.
I can't get used to vimperator (tried it several times) and I like mutt's
interface better than gmail's (for instance, mutt's threads view is way
I also found that I could read all new emails much faster in mutt than
in gmail -- I just TAB my way around in each label/directory instead
of clicking and scrolling. My muscle/finger memory makes me more
efficient at using mutt than the web interface, that's all.
On Mon, May 11, 2009 at 20:40, Andrei Thorp <garoth at gmail.com> wrote:
> For the sake of argument, isn't there an offline mode for gmail, as
> well as vimperator for even more keyboard binding goodness?
> On Mon, May 11, 2009 at 3:33 PM, Ricardo Martins <ricardo at scarybox.net>
> > On Mon, 11 May 2009 13:13, Andrei Thorp wrote:
> >> sup and offlineimap seem promising. I'll want to look into them more
> >> in the future.
> >> For the sake of discussion, what is it that you folks prefer about
> >> your offline setups vs gmail-in-browser?
> >> Cheers,
> >> -AT
> > I love mutt and had Gmail's web interface discard my emails accidentally
> when I
> > was composing them. I also like being able to access my email even when
> > offline.
> > It's mostly habit, though. I prefer avoiding the mouse and using the
> keyboard (I
> > know about gmail's keyboard shortcuts), so mutt makes sense in my case.
> > Regards,
> > --
> > Ricardo Martins * ricardomartins.cc * GPG key: 0x1308F1B4
Ricardo Martins * scarybox.net * GPG key: 0x1308F1B4
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