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    Which email client to choose?


    Looking for something light and easy to use.

    If possible, something very similar to the gmail interface or optimized for it.

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    I am using Thunderbird. It's available in the sources of most of distros. Easy to configure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matusvictor View Post
    Looking for something light and easy to use.

    If possible, something very similar to the gmail interface or optimized for it.
    If you want a webmail client that isn't Gmail, take a look at Zoho Mail:

    Zoho Webmail

    For a light but powerful standard email client, look at Sylpeed or Claws Mail:

    Sylpheed - lightweight e-mail client

    Claws Mail - the email client that bites!
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    Use Iceape/SeaMonkey 2.0.6 Browser with Mail and Newsgroups addon inside.
    Simple to set up internal browser email client also and make seperate launcher.

    Containing an Internet browser, email & newsgroup client with an included web feed reader, HTML editor, IRC chat and web development tools, SeaMonkey is sure to appeal to advanced users, web developers and corporate users
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    Firefox used to have Simple Mail but it looks like it was dropped.
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