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Yorba’s Geary 0.4 can now Search

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There are some good news for people who are using Geary Mail Client. Yorba has included a search functionality in the upcoming version 0.4 (unknown date release) that comes to solve the strongest weakness of Geary since day one.

Adam Dingle (dev & founder of Yorba) had worked in Google Desktop developing Indexing algorithms, so we expect something really good on Geary’s search. Search uses SQLite FTS (Full Text Search) and is as-fast-as-you-can-type (I think). However Search functionality isn’t yet 100% completed.

This is Geary 0.3 + Git as is today




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