1. Why is there a need to utilize Trojitá?
Unlike other email clients, Trojitá uses advanced IMAP features as a whole. Trojan’s goal is to create a fast email client that works even over slow or high-latency networks that prone to break as well no holding you back if you are having a good connection. It will not creates a problem if you open large amount of mailboxes with lacks of messages. In addition, it fits well in any modern desktop environments as well as capable of running on portable devices like handsets and smartphones.
2. What does it mean by Trojitá?
Trojitá is a Czech word means “triple” that means an inside joke related to a Czech pseudo-word, blésmrt. The real pronunciation is hard in English, so you may stick to the Spanish-like style.
3. How it is Efficient?
Resource conserving is something that makes Trojitá efficient such as in network bandwidth, memory usage, or CPU/energy/battery consumption, Trojitá tops all. Trojitá also implements IMAP’s QRESYNC, ESEARCH, CONDSTORE, BURL, CATENATE, CONTEXT=SORT, COMPRESS=DEFLATE extensions(many more!). Transferred data will not be downloaded again.
4. Why $program does not fit in Trojitá?
At the initial phase of developing, developers tried to go through the source of Kmail and Mailody. The code dealing with the IMAP was broken, fixing it would require a full rewrite of implementation, which is what the developers did.
5. Is Trojitá fast in utilization as it is mentioned?
Yes, it’s shockingly fast. It gets, even more, faster after first loading.