Ardok Mail reader (ARM) is a mail checker written in perl/tk. The main goal of the programm is to manage the mails sent on a pop3 server. But it can also be used to write and read mails (on the server or on the hard drive).
CellMate Bot currently allows google queries and aim functions through OSCAR. Made to be used form your cellphone's AIM client, CellMate Bot will be updated to include email, news and map directions in the future. For now, you can use Google SMS.
Gnome-Jupiter is planned to become a MUA supporting multiple POP3-Accounts. First aim is a stable SMTP/POP3 combination. IMAP is planned for the future.
Some CGI scripts (perl) to read email using a wap device
Collection of Perl programs for accessing webmail accounts from a Unix command line
CollabOffice is a web based Personal Information Manager (PIM) which allows teams to share and work together. It provides email, documents, calendar, contacts, instant messaging, news (nntp), and online web based administration.
MYmercury is an anonymous email client for Linux, written in Perl and Perl/Tk. Sending and receiving email anonymously through nymservers and remailers, such as nym.alias.net, are easily managed using a small set of Perl modules.
PeMaR is a gateway, that relays outgoing email to anonymous remailer networks and receives and decodes anonymous mixminion messages. It allows the use of any email client to send and receive anonymous email. An extension is available for Thunderbird.
A Perl POP3 web based client created because "There never seems to be enough web based POP3 web clients out there". Support for sending different kinds of mime messages is offered and also some mime encoded messages can be seen (very groovy)! Made to
kolabobjets are a set of perl classes for easy manipulate kolab object (contact, event, task) and write it into imap folder
Converts a tab separated value (TSV) file containing address book information as exported by Thunderbird, to a vCard file (VCF) ready to be imported into Evolution contacts. Finely-tuned to do exactly this and only this, without losing information.