@leo Well, emacs is a very central part of my PIM. Email is also part of my ecosystem, but without emacs.
@leo I keep using mutt instead of any emacs-based email setup because:
- this would introduce the necessity of sync to my setup whose complexity implications I don't have for now
- I would not get that many benefits
- I have added lots of bells and whistles to my mutt setup which I would have to start from scratch with emacs (and I don't feel comfortable with elisp)
- I'd need non-emacs based email anyway because of business environments, ...
- email got less important in the last 10 years to me
@leo And: since I'm composing emails with vim, I'd have to migrate many vim adaptations for email composition to emacs as well.
In summary: lots of work and not much of a gain.
@publicvoit Thank you very much for the detailed explanations. I am trying to weigh the costs and benefits of a possible transition to an emacs client.