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Re: Rant - Emacs mail is not user friendly

From: Eli Zaretskii
Subject: Re: Rant - Emacs mail is not user friendly
Date: Sat, 15 Nov 2014 10:27:41 +0200

> From: Kelly Dean <address@hidden>
> Date: Sat, 15 Nov 2014 06:54:07 +0000
> The documentation is ridiculous, it's in the wrong place, it's outdated, the 
> code doesn't work, it's outdated too, and there's no point in trying to fix 
> any of it because my work is unwanted anyway. Even the worst webmail service 
> I've ever used was more user-friendly than this, which is why I keep using 
> them even though they routinely betray me by locking me out of my account for 
> some stupid little thing like lying about my niece's name because it's none 
> of Yahoo's business or logging in from a new IP address and failing to tell 
> Google about it in advance, forcing me to create new account and lose any 
> mail stored in the previous one that I didn't paranoidly download an offline 
> copy of after every mail session in anticipation of their inevitable 
> betrayal. At least Google let me back in after I traveled back to where I 
> could log in from the previous IP address again. I'm telling you all this in 
> order to waste your time from reading this message so you'll feel my pain, or 
> will at leas

You are right.  The reason is probably that feedmail is used by only a
few who already know from long experience how to set it up.

I'd encourage you to file a bug report about this, and suggest there
changes for the parts that you've succeeded to unlock.  Thanks in

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