Email by VZ
Powerful and user-friendly portable GUI POP/IMAP mail client with SSL support. Mahogany is a powerful, flexible GUI mail and news client using GTK+ toolkit. Mahogany supports remote POP3, IMAP4, NNTP servers as well as local MBX, MBOX, MH and news spool folders and sending mail using SMTP or...
Aug 06 2006
Email by zoggy
Store old email messages in a database with browsing and statistics facilities. Kom stands for \"Keep old mails\". It imports email messages into a MySQL database, and provides a frontend in GTK 2 to search and browse the archived messages. Some options can be used to incrementally import email...
Jul 13 2006
Email by Rudd-O2
Removes duplicates from MH mail folders This application removes duplicate mail messages from MH-style folders.
Jun 15 2006
Email by clem38fr
Ghost In The mail (aka gitmail) -- anonymous mail client for linux Ghost In The Mail (also known as gitmail) is an anonymous mail client for Linux. This piece of software allows the user to send email messages to any email address, but uses a potentially fake email address and name for the...
Feb 20 2006
Email by ikonst
Displays an icon in the system tray when new mail arrives in Thunderbird. This is an extension for Thunderbird (older versions used to work with the Suite but it\'s no longer tested). It displays its icon in the standard (FreeDesktop.org) system tray of GNOME, KDE or IceWM. It can also control...
Jan 07 2006
Email by nascent
KCheckGmail is a system tray application to notify you about how many email messages you have in your Gmail account. KCheckGmail requires KDE 3.2 or later. Comments/suggestions/bug reports welcome!
Nov 07 2005
Email by ashtong
Train your spam filter (e.g. Spambayes/SpamAssassin) via drag-n-drop in GNOME. Spam Trainer makes it easy for GNOME users to train spam filtering software (e.g. SpamBayes or SpamAssassin) by dragging and dropping messages from an email program.
Nov 03 2005
Email by granroth
KBiff is a dockable "biff" or new mail notification utility. It is highly configurable but very easy to use and setup. KBiff supports all major mailbox formats: mbox (Berkely style), maildir, mh, POP3, IMAP4, POP3+SSL, IMAP4+SSL (with CRAM-MD5 and APOP auth), as well as NNTP.
Sep 10 2005