* Thomas Adam (thomas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 07, 2004 at 11:06:17AM +0100, ken@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > You've missed my point TOTALLY Tony, as have ALMOST everyone else on the
> > list.
> What is it that you want? Blood? You asked us *why* some people use it -- we
> gave you answers. If you don't like them, that is not our fault. Rephrase
> your question, if so.
> > I can't see the point in using Gmail. SO....
> Did you read what was written in the e-mails? The general consensus would
> appear to be not so much the amount of space, but the interface it uses.
> > What am I missing out on? What does Gmail offer me that I don't do already?
> Ah, so it is a comparison between your own setupm and gmail? Interesting. Why
> bother with it, _if_ you know you already have a system in placde that you so
> expertly installed?
> > Basically, I can't see it and want to know more from the people that know
> > what
> > it is all about.
> Do you? You've already trolled us enough and then throw it back in our faces
> because you don't like/understand the answers. The answers (given your
> question) are _bound_ to be subjective.
> > Is it worth me having a go with it?
> If you do, you can some more, I'm sure.
> One thing I do think would benefit you though is a read of the following
> -- Thomas Adam
Woh there Thomas! You want to get down of that high horse there
before you hurt yourself! ;-)
I have sent Ken a gmail invite, so now he has the opertunity to try
it, and can make his own mind up.
I have a gmail account, but I don't need it. I still rather like
logging into my home machine, and reading my mail in mutt.
,''`. Philip Stubbs
: :' ;
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