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Evolution

Evolution is the GNOME mailer, calendar, contact manager, and communications tool. Evolution represents the next step forward in GNOME applications. The tools which make up Evolution will be tightly integrated with one another and act as a seamless personal information-management tool.

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  •  04 Apr 2011 11:22

    Release Notes: This release is ready for GNOME 3.

    •  27 Dec 2007 21:44

      Release Notes: This release fixes a few memory-related bugs as well as some appointment-related bugs.

      •  07 Apr 2005 14:16

        Release Notes: This version is compatible with (and targeted at) GNOME 2.10.

        •  21 Sep 2004 09:29

          Release Notes: Major new features include NNTP support, S/MIME support, integrated junk filtering with SpamAssassin, Web calendars, overlayed calendars, improved UI, and many bugfixes.

          •  27 May 2004 15:05

            Release Notes: This version was ported to Gtk2 and GNOME 2.x.

            Recent comments

            14 Aug 2007 17:10 thilo

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            This page needs an update. Latest stable is 2.10.2

            14 Jun 2005 20:21 angrykeyboarder

            Corrected Evolution Homepage Link
            http://www.gnome.org/projects/evolution/ (http://www.gnome.org/projects/evolution/)

            19 Apr 2005 05:52 skquinn

            great work
            I like this program a lot. I used KMail and KDE for the better part of two years, and made the switch to Evolution at the same time I switched environments to GNOME. I haven't regretted it at all, especially now that I know everything it's capable of. Well done!

            01 Apr 2005 04:00 JF1980

            Re: Version 1.4 was much better... :-(


            > Hello -

            >

            > This is also a program I love(d) - there

            > was really no other mail client to

            > compare with it: it had a nice summary

            > page where you could see news, weather

            > conditions and of course if there was

            > any new mail. In 2.0.0. they decided to

            > kill this, and now it's a

            > "regular" e-mail client -

            > doesn't look much different from the

            > others. Fortunately, I was able to

            > uninstall the new version (hint: choose

            > to keep the old data) and to go back to

            > 1.4

            Yep, 1.4 was much nicer. I think you can blame Novell for version 2?

            So how do I uninstall V2 without losing the data?

            >

            > Still, it's a shame.

            11 Jan 2005 11:18 krill

            Re: Evolution bugzilla?


            > Where's their bugzilla currently? I

            > couldn't find it on the product page on

            > Novell's website.

            I found it after som digging.

            ximian bugzilla (http://bugzilla.ximian.com/) but i think they are moving to gnomes bugzilla.

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