~:: kalyan ::~

October 17, 2006

Configure Evolution for inbox.com

Filed under: Linux, open-source — skalyanasundaram @ 8:29 am

I am using inbox.com for atleast two and half years. It has some pretty good features all together. Mail account, Web mail access, personal notes like Tomboy in SUSE, calender (not as good as googl’s), personal storage u can upload files what ever you want, it is like your own storage, and photo sharing like flikr and many more. Even for uploading you no need to use the web client which allows you to upload less than 10 MB of file size. They have the concept of virtual folder, just paste your files in that virtual folder it does everything asynchronously it is something like ifolder.

So i wanted to configure my evolution to access my inbox.com. I had gone for help page and was searching for evolution. It has all INlook, thunderbird, and what ever. But as usual evolution was missing. So i felt i should write something on my own. I wrote it.

If you are searching for help for configuring evolution with inbox.com then view here.


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