Just thought I would give you an update...I downloaded evolution for windows
from Dipp Consultants, they have so far ignored my requests for help. I have
been unable to find a forum or discussion group for evolution for windows.
It would appear that I am fresh out of luck. An expensive lesson I may add!
I have lost my contacts and my emails that I have received over the last six
months. From now on it's Microsoft products running on Microsoft products.
Open source is great if you're running Linux otherwise it's just too big a
I was told this was a list for both Linux AND windows versions, so I am
hoping I get better hints than this. I have been using evolution for over a
year now without a hitch, six months ago it became my sole email client. I
can't access any of my old emails and I need them.
Evolution version 2.26.2-2 running on Vista Ultimate SP 2 Message is
Evolution.exe failed to start, windows will now close the application. I
get the error below in my event viewer, the bugbuddy will not run. Just
prior to receiving this error evolution would not show any messages, all
folders were greyed out, I could send & receive messages but not view any.
If you want the log file from the event viewer I can post it.
> Not really. Unless somebody explicitly promises to offer support for
> Evolution on Windows, you are more or less on your own;) If it doesn't
> work for you, forget it, and stick to some other mail client. As the
> current situation is. nobody is going to bother trying to figure out
> the reason to random crashes. Sending log files like the one you
> included in your mail to this list is pointless.
> Evolution-list mailing list
> Evolution-list@gnom... > http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/evolution-list