Helge Hafting wrote:
> You were talking about how a notebook is a personal thing,
> with only one user. Well, the notebook user do of course want to
> do a bunch of nifty things like read email on the thing. Guess what,
> you need an email daemon for that! And many users don't want to know
> the details of setting up an email daemon, so the distribution
> install one by default. This kind of users would be outraged if
> the distribution didn't - "what - I have to install more stuff just to
> get my mail! windows do that out of the box why is this so difficult..."
You don't need to be running an e-mail daemon just to read e-mail.
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