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This is *extremely* good news. One of my few disappointments at Wakefield was that there wasn't a new version of MPro. How very cheering to hear that there's a good chance of MPro receiving a spate of enhancements.

Something I'd like would be the option to automagically save a 'sent' message in a specified folder (perhaps following settings in the address book), rather than having to visit sent mail and do the chore of house-keeping. It would also be great if it were possible to drag *all* attachments out in one operation.

Good luck to the developer who wins the 'competition'. Personally, I think they should *both* work on it to speed the implementation of new features ;-)

simo: I've recommended Gemini to a number of Windows-using friends, and they seem to get on well with it. As Mark is busy working on Gemini, perhaps he will address the 'issues' you feel it has? As an email client, it seems to work very nicely.

 is a RISC OS UserStewy on 2/6/04 3:28AM
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