Open source SMTP/POP3/SSL e-mail server. Web admin panel, fast and stylish AJAX webmail, secure connections, SMTP authentication, multiple domains, account/domain aliasing, anti-spam, antivirus integration, mailing lists.
Webmail client for call center agents. Designed to efficiently manage and report on a large number of emails to a small number of email addresses. Specifically designed with webforms in mind where one email address may receive over 1000 emails per day.
After one year without development of the XForms based Unix email client XFMail, the coding has started again. The GTK is supposed to be the toolkit of choice and so we will take XFMail's core, restructure it, and port it to the Gimp ToolKit.
AUC for Education is an GPLed intranet system designed for use in a K-12 setting that provides a web-based environment for students and teachers to interact via "Interactive Classrooms" and other innovative features.
CSCMail is an X/Gtk based MUA. It supports the POP3 protocal and can also read mailspool files/directories. It supports multiple accounts, filters, GPG, MIME, Spellchecking, HTML Mail (view only) and a host of other features.
cross platform pop3/smtp and imap mail reader.
This program is a minimal SMTP client that takes an email message body and passes it on to a SMTP server (default is the MTA on the local host). Since it is completely self-supporting, it is especially suitable for use in restricted environments.
Edbrowse is a comprehensive editor, browser, and email client that provides access to the net through a command line interface, appropriate for speech or braille. It also supports scripting, to interact with the net in the background, or in batch mode.
Cronos II is a MUA (or Mail Client) written from scratch over the GNOME library using C. This MUA is intended to be fast, light and powerful. It has support for POP3, Spool, SMTP, Plugins and many other protocols and features.
This project is not being used because it has moved to the project Cronos II to be released as another project. Please, check the Cronos II entry in sourceforge to download this project.
A PHP Webmail, utilizing persistant IMAP connections and XHTML 1.1. Since the name is rather long, the preferred nickname is "d-mail".
Draconis is a suite with several Internet Programs for the ATARI platform. It contains clients and drivers for a sucessful internet access.
elmutt - mutt with elm features
Errors Hippo is a BBS offline-reader with support for the Hippo packet format. It features a messagebase and a (hopefully) easy-to-use interface.
Geedot aims to be a lightweight, fully (and only) HTML 4.01 and CSS compliant and functional web browser for X. It uses the gdtoolkit widget set which is very fast and lightweight - yet also infinitely and easily expandable.
Ghost In The Mail is a very basic mail client for Linux, written in C, for GTK. It supports attached files. The user can specify the SMTP server, the sender's e-mail, and the name.
Portable opensource e-mail client and Personal Information Manager written for the Unices and Linux. Our goal is to support various mail servers including Exchange Server, POP3, IMAP4, etc., eventually having the functionality of MS Outlook.
HTML Viewer/ Composer Project for Mobile Device
Multimedia Rich Unified Communication based on Asterisk, Sendmail, MySQL, PHP, Flash, AIR and Flex
This is a Web Mail application written in C. This uses its own users/mailbox system and it allows remote users to create accounts from a WEB form. The accounts are not valid users on the Unix system. It works like a Hotmail or Yahoo service.
A little mail agent that can check if you have Mail waiting to be read on the server. He have lot of option like exclude mails with something in the subject, multiple accounts, ... It's a GTK+-2.0 based GUI.
MeMail is a no-nonsense, fast, and reliable email client who's main feature is that it is built in a modular fashion, and displays as such on the screen. This allows full control over what is displayed and where.
Mutation replaces the traditional monolithic MUAs with a desktop-wide framework. Retrieving, composing, reading e-mails can be done in independent modules, which allows a much tighter integration with other applications and components of the GNOME deskto