interlink-52.9.7070 GTK2 (email and news client, slim Mozilla Thunderbird fork)

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interlink-52.9.7070 GTK2 (email and news client, slim Mozilla Thunderbird fork)

Post#1 by Rava » 22 May 2019, 02:02

interlink V52.9.7070 GTK2 (email and news client, slim Mozilla Thunderbird fork)
Initial post about older version with lots of info on interlink here: Interlink gtk2 (email and news client, slim Mozilla Thunderbird fork)


Since interlink-52.9.7025 the maintainer added the Calendar/Lightning add-on, but its deactivated by default. As no one commented on my interlink modules so far anyway, and I don't care about the calendar add-on (for now at least, since I know of no way to sync that with my Android calendar) I removed it from the main module, it made 007-interlink-52.9.7070.linux-x86_64_GTK2_rava.xzm smaller by 1.37 MB. :D

If someone wants it: reply here and I upload it as extra module. (Name is 007-interlink-52.9.7070.linux-x86_64_GTK2_rava_calendar.xzm, 1433600 bytes.)

By default it downloads all of your INBOX and all other Email boxes like sent, spam or trash to your users home directory. That's in the case of my main Email account more than a GB of data, and it goes all into your RAM aufs filesystem and might freeze or even crash your system.
So, after you made your setup, aka gave the email address and IMAP settings and whatnot, best exit Interlink and move the folder "/home/guest/.binary outcast" and all subfolders to a non-RAM based media, best one with Linux filesystem.
After moving the folder, create a symlink that links to the new location on your hard drive (see below).
Only then you should start it up again and connect it to your email account to actually download the emails.

This looks like so on my machine:

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root@porteus:/home/guest# ls -l .binary\ outcast
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 37 Dec 31 03:39 .binary outcast -> /mnt/sda6/home/guest/.binary outcast/
You could as well use a FAT or NTFS filesystem, but be aware of the possible risks when you let Interlink store your Email account password. Therefore I strongly recommend using a Linux filesystem for storing the Interlink data and email post boxes :hi:

New in this version:
Version 7070

Added workaround to race condition for requesting Master Password on startup. This behavior can be disabled by setting signon.startup.prompt to false.
Related Unified XUL Platform changes are documented in the Pale Moon 28.5.0 release notes…
(highlighting by me)

Here is the download link via filehorst:
filename is "007-interlink-52.9.7070.linux-x86_64_GTK2_rava.xzm"
The md5sum is like filehorst says it is: 6b4741d28dfaa619d79b11883b6cab1b
sha1sum: 6b721c35e07ab425f3a451108cb42e181df37470
sha256sum: f76fe1b1b686235f9fab707fe7c272b00065195fec07921e29198a95d7d333e8
Size 38.84 MB or 40730624 Bytes.

To get it, first wait 15 seconds "Dein Download wird jetzt vorbereitet." (Your download is being prepared)
Then click "Jetzt zur Download-Seite" (now to the download page)
Then click "Dein Download steht nun bereit. Klicke hier, um ihn zu starten." (Your download is ready. Click here to start downloading it)

Have fun with emailing to your heats content. :Rose:
Yours Rava

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