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eli
eli

@colinwalker MUTT fo' lyfe! ...note, this is not an actual endorsement. I really only use mutt for when I need to search through a bajillion emails all at once and then I use mac's native mail clients for all else. RIP mailbox. You were pretty much perfect

eli
eli

@colinwalker on a related note! I have a php script that brings snoozing to gmail. I'd be happy to share that with you if interested.

colinwalker
colinwalker

@eli Love the tag line: "All mail clients suck. This one just sucks less." 😆

colinwalker
colinwalker

@eli I don't use snoozing very much and am trying to move away from Gmail as much as possible now.

colinwalker
colinwalker

@eli Thanks though 👍

jack
jack

@colinwalker This all sounds familiar. I gave up on consistency between iOS and macOS since I use mail differently on each platform. I use mu4e in Emacs mainly, but otherwise stock Mail.app on both mac and phone these days. Loved Mailmate (Mac) for a while, though. And yep, Mutt is great, too :)

colinwalker
colinwalker

@jack Thanks Jack. I think I'm leaning towards the native apps on both but will see if any particular features jump out at me.

jemostrom
jemostrom

@colinwalker me, I just use the native mail app on iOS, together with AirMail (work email, to keep it separate from my regular mail). On macOS I use MailMate. I never bother with iOS/macOS being to same ... it's such a difference how I use email on iOS an macOS.

jemostrom
jemostrom

@colinwalker sounds like a good idea. I've more or less stopped using gmail several years ago. Why? Mostly because it's a bad email client.

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colinwalker
colinwalker

@jemostrom I don't mind Gmail on the web and always use other mobile clients so that's not an issue for me but I want to get away from relying on it.