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Links 1 through 10 of 43 by @nm tagged Messaging/Clients/Mulberry

'If Mulberry's rules could include "is/is not in address book," a lot of spam could be filtered easily & effectively on the client side in addition to server filters, which themselves are rarely enough.'

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'While reading...any getting-things-done article, remember that sometimes a mailbox is just not a mailbox. For example: "inbox" can be interpreted to mean "untagged messages"; and "empty your inbox" can be interpreted to mean "leave no message untagged!"'

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"This [wiki] page is for user comments about what they feel are the good points and bad points about Mulberry - good points come first!"

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"As of August 20, 2006, Mulberry is back and is now available for free."

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from Cyrus Daboo: "Finally, after much effort, I have regained the rights to Mulberry and am making it available for free as of today."

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2006-August-20: Mulberry 4.0.5 released and it's now free/gratis!

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'First and foremost, I want to tell the community what you probably know already: Cyrus Daboo is a complete mensch. He's one of the great people I've run into in twenty years (gasp) working on internet foo, and that includes quite a long list of great peo

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(a source of Mulberry documentation, especially useful now that the Cyrusoft/ISAMET pages are gone)

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in the comments: ' IMAP itself is very complex. IMHO, one of the worse design decisions in IMAP was to not standardize how mailboxes are named. This means different servers export different sets of names, and this non-uniformity is visible to the user. It

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