My institute decided to block gmail access to the mail server, because if you are doing that it means you are providing your password to a third party, which is forbidden.
I am really stuck.
All the desktop clients seem programs from the 90s (my institutes suggests alpine!). I need something that is focused on productivity: snooze feature (I need something to remember me what replies I am waiting for), archive (as in gmail to archive the task done), automatic completition, suggestion of recipients, labels (not folders) ... and it must be fast.
I need a linux desktop client. I tried Thunderbird but:
- it is terribly slow (I get 100+ emails everyday)
- sometimes it gets stuck just downloading one message
- it is full of options that are really cosmetics and distracting
- it focuses on the emails, not the tasks
- it's ugly
I also need a replacement for my Android phone.
Since I am desperate it can be a non-free application.