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Some years ago, I started managing all my email over Gmail. The new accounts that I got in that time integrated well. But now I've had enough: one tab of Gmail takes 270 MB, and I can't shake the habit of absent-mindedly opening a new one. Plus, I've started missing having my mail available online, since I travel quite a bit nowadays. So, I'm looking for a mail client, one that doesn't take more than 200-300 MB of memory and doesn't bite me in the ass, otherwise. 1) I only have to check one mailbox, since everything already gets forwarded to Gmail. 2) I make active use of labels and sorting tabs (Inbox - Social - Promotions - Updates - Lists), it would be nice if I continued to have those features. 3) I need to send email via one of five different addresses. Is my search hopeless, should I just wait until I have a computer with more memory? submitted by HyperSpaz [link] [comment]

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I moved my environment to Linux a mere 5 years ago to evade Digital Restrictions Management when digital distribution for video games was implemented. I noticed that I have very different views in general than my Unix fan compatriots. For example, I am far more biased to using free software even when there is a potentially technically superior and commonly use non-free software product that can do the same thing. I have no qualms about systemd because it makes GNU/Linux more distinct from Sys V Unix (even though it doesn't because Solaris and OS X has similar init systems). I also have no fear of GNU/Linux becoming too much like Windows, because it really doesn't matter as long as the software stays free, because distros would still exist for every fetish. What is the difference between GNU and Unix philosophy? submitted by Oflameo [link] [3 comments]

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So, I decided to Google what it takes to become a certified Linux sysadmin and noticed that the Linux Foundation is having a sale where the online courses + test will only cost $350, whereas the test itself normally goes for $300. I already know what I'm going to need- a computer that can run a few VMs, the ability to comprehend the command line, and plenty of patience for learning complicated configurations- so my question is, is this certification actually sought after? submitted by CaptainRobotnik [link] [comment]

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