EGroupware has moved to Github, please find all our downloads there: https://github.com/EGroupware/egroupware/releases EGroupware is a multi-user, web-based groupware suite. Currently available modules include: email, addressbook, calendar, infolog (notes, to-do's, phone calls), content management, wiki, project management, tracker, timesheet, knowledge base, CalDAV/CardDAV
ClanOffice is a planning tool for gaming clans, using a mysql server to store and share data. It includes a warplanner and calendar and uses simple built-in irc and mail clients to communicate to fellow gamers. A php websuite is allso available.
cross platform pop3/smtp and imap mail reader.
FeedWinder is a newsfeed aggregator client software for information stored in the rich site summary (rss) format. It aims to be easy of use, as complete and correct as possible, nice looking but still using less resources with respect to its features.
IMAP-Agent is an automated IMAP mail folder management system implementing site wide and individual user specific rules for filtering mail between folders. Also, quotas can be maintained by age or max count of messages for any folder.
Mail answering machine. This is Java-based extensible framework. It takes e-mail letters from e-mail mailbox, parses them, processes some business logic depending on the content of the received letter, and sends the result back to the letter sender.
The Meldware Communications Suite (MCS) is a platform-independent groupware package consisting of: Meldware Mail, Meldware Calendar, Meldware Webmail, Meldware Secure Administration System. It provides IMAP, POP, SMTP, iCal, WCAP, and Webmail services.
With Tiger Envelopes you can stop snoops from reading your email. Same email client. No extra steps. One click to install on Windows and Linux. Configures Outlook, Thunderbird, and KMail. Supports GPG, PGP, Bouncy Castle encryption.
HIndi Mail Client in Java, can be extended as a editor and a plugin on web pages to mail and view mails in Unicode Devnagri Font. The Mail Client could be used to embed into a HTML page so that people need not install it to view and recieve mails.