While we're looking at this, it might be an opportunity to get rid of the UI plugins that the MAPI/GW/EWS/ActiveSync backends currently need.
For the 'Receiving Options' tab in the config, we have a backend-provided list of options of various types, which is nice and versatile. But for the 'Receiving E-mail' tab, it's much more limited. The only control we have over that is the flags like CAMEL_URL_ALLOW_USER, CAMEL_URL_ALLOW_AUTH, CAMEL_URL_HIDDEN_HOST, etc. Could we make that more versatile, so that the UI plugins are no longer required? That would make things a lot cleaner, especially for alternative UIs based on EDS — and would even allow those back ends to be merged into EDS for real, rather than living in separate repositories. -- dwmw2 _______________________________________________ evolution-hackers mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org To change your list options or unsubscribe, visit ... http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/evolution-hackers