A web-based bandwith efficient mail client written in Perl. It is intended for people who are travelling but it can also be used as a regular mail reader if you want more control on your mail server.
Aleph is mail/news software written in Java. It has such features as: 1. Internationalization support (especially encodings). 2. Cutomizeable Swing multiplatform GUI. 3. Suppor for POP, IMAP, NNTP, SMTP protocols. 4. Plugins.
Wmh provides a web/wap interface to your mh-based mail environment.
JAW (Just Another Web) is a web groupware application written in PHP. It is highly abstracted and object oriented, aimed at total customization to each of the users needs.
Null Webmail is a simple yet powerful POP3/SMTP Webmail CGI written in C. It's small, fast, complete, and a breeze to install and use.
Java SMTP/POP mail handling classes
Scooby is an open source full featured BeOS native e-mail client.
Popper is a Web based mail client that allows you to access your personal mailboxes on POP3 servers.
Note! Code and issues are maintained at https://github.com/sba1/simplemail. SimpleMail is a simple to use but powerful mail client. It supports the SMTP, POP3 and IMAP (in a simple form) protocols. Furthermore, among much other features, it is capable of showing HTML mails and can identify spam mails by using a Bayesian filter.
This is a full-featured email client for the KDE enviroment. It has the better things about two email clients, MSOutlook(r) and Netscape Mail (r), and some other new features, japanese input with kinput2
MUA for Gnome written in Python that stores all its messages in a MySQL database. We've moved! Go to http://cowlark.com/sqmail instead.
Kiltdown is an Email Client for UNIX. It is UI independant (I use both Gnome and KDE), and is fully featured, including MIME support, multiple accounts, filtering, etc. It currently runs under Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris.
The Joker! will be a small, fast cross os Perl/Tk MUA. It's inspired by the famous client "The Bat!".
netmaniamail is webmail. in deatil, web based email client. pop3 server, mysql, php4 required. perfect MIME supported. it looks like m$ outlook, but simple & easy to use.
XCmail is a MIME and multi POP3 server capable mailtool for X11 using the Xclasses layout library. XCmail was designed completely object orientated and by this may be improved easily. <p> XCmail has its own server in the internet. Take a look on it.
A very simple gui-based email send/retreive client written in Java. Designed specifically for use over a dial-up connection. Allows messages to be previewed and deleted without downloading from server.
This is an email client written in Java, using Swing and JavaMail. It supports IMAP (including disconnected IMAP), POP3, and unix-style mbox folders. It also has (alpha) support for encryption using PGP and S/MIME.
Fast, small and easy webmail client.
TenForTwo has already been through 3 major interations. It was a closed source Win32 E-Mail client. Now, I will realize, what I planned months ago: build the ultimate Win & Linux E-Mail client that will be easy - stable - secure.
Some CGI scripts (perl) to read email using a wap device
gtkpostal is simple and light gtk gui email client. Only plain text messages are currently supported.
jman is a small GUI-based e-mail and Usenet client written for the Java Platform and intended to be extensible and customizable for both users and developers and to provide a large degree of flexibility with respect to protocols, plugins, and UI widgets.
The idea is to create an IMAP only email client, using the QT widget set for maximum portability and the libimap client library for the IMAP routines.