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How can I install a stable version of Evolution in Ubuntu 14.04?

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I need to install a stable version of Evolution in Ubuntu 14.04 using the graphic not the terminal.
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Did you check for updates in Update Manager?  There was an update for Evolution but I don't know what it fixes.
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Start the Synaptic package manager and in the search field enter evolution. After that you'll see everything that is relevant to evolution, select what you want installed, and Apply.
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by:Gerwin Jansen
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Latest stable version is 3.12.2, from Preferences -> Ubuntu Software Center, search for Evolution Mail (not just Evolution) and click Install.

<edit> You'll get version 3.10.4
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Is version 3.10.4 stable?
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The versions you install through the Package manager are stable, provided you didn't change from the default repositories to testing or unstable repo's.
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by:Gerwin Jansen
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Is there a reason why you would think that packages installed through package management would not be stable?
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by:Dave Baldwin
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Evolution in Ubuntu 14.04 has had at least one update since the original release.  http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=evolution
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3.13 which is currently in Ubuntu is not stable.  Once you install it, it tells you.
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by:Gerwin Jansen
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How did you install 3.13?

Package management installs version 3.10.4 which is stable.
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I tried unchecking the other packages which were not part of package manager and it was trying to install 3.10.4 but with no success.  There was an error.
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I don't understand, where did you uncheck packages? When using the package manager, you should let it resolve dependencies, unchecking packages manually is not adviced.

Side remark: "There was an error." is not helping the expert here answer your question. Add some details!
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get the following error message when I try to install:

 The following packages have unmet dependencies:
 evolution: Depends: evolution-common (= 3.10.4-0ubuntu2) but 3.10.4-0ubuntu2 is to be installed
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Think you should close this question because you know how to install/get the latest Evolution on Ubuntu. And since you've posted your last error message as a new question here: http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Linux/Q_28539581.html - this one is finished.
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Unsure if this works.  I need to move on and ask more questions.
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

Do not need the answer.
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First 3 comments given are a solution on how to install the latest stable version of a package, where the third one is mentioning the Ubuntu specific Software Center.
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