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E-mail Clients For Linux.

Mutt - A Text based Email Client

Mutt - A Text based Email Client.

Mutt (English for city rail) is a text-based email client for Unix-like operating systems such as GNU / Linux. It was originally written by Michael Elkins and released under the GNU General Public License. Mutts slogan is "All mail clients suck. This one just sucks less", meaning something like All email clients are useless. This is just a little less useless.

KMail E-mail Client Or Kontact A Complete Suite

KMail E-mail Client Or Kontact A Complete Suite.

KMail for Linux is Kontact's e-mail client and supports folders, filtering, HTML and international character sets. The email client can handle IMAP, IMAP IDLE, dIMAP, POP3 and local mailboxes for incoming mail. KMail can send mail via SMTP or sendmail protocol.

It can forward HTML mail as attachment.

Geary - E-mail Client For GMail, Outlook,Yahoo

Geary - E-mail Client For GMail, Outlook,Yahoo.

Geary is a simple email application built around conversations, for the GNOME 3 desktop. It allows you to read, find and send email with a straightforward, modern, yet simple interface.

The client supports:

Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo and other free e-mail providers.

Latest version: 40.0
License: GNU LGPL v2.1
Maintained by: The GNOME Project, Elementary OS.

Claws Mail

Claws Mail.

Claws Mail is a free and open-source, C/GTK+-based e-mail client, which is both lightweight and highly configurable.

Claws Mail runs on both Windows and Unix-like systems such as Linux, BSD, and Solaris.

It stores mail in the MH mailbox format.

Plugins allows you to to read HTML mail, but there is none to compose HTML messages.

Claws Mail is also a News client and RSS aggregator.