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  1. #1

    alternatives to TBird and enigmail

    hello dear experts

    On Linux there are a few open source alternatives to the Thunderbird email client. There’s Evolution, KMail, Claws-Mail, Alpine (if you’re really old-school), and a handful of other clients (most of which, don’t live up to anyone’s expectations).

    well i need to have encryption - so the question is:

    should i use kmail as a alternative to tbird!?

    but wait: i heard bout Geary, the new default IMAP email client for the GNOME desktop (and the likes of Elementary OS Freya).
    Geary is an interesting beast. It offers a very low-key interface design ─ similar to what you might see in an Android app. It’s flat, clean, and incredibly easy to use.
    Geary features:

    A modern and straightforward interface

    Quick account setup

    Support for Gmail, Yahoo! Mail,, and popular IMAP servers (Dovecot, Cyrus, Zimbra, etc.)

    Mail organized by conversations

    Full-featured HTML mail composer

    Fast keyword search

    Desktop notification of new mail.

    look forward to hear from you

    and what is with webpg-firefox can i have a lean and lightweight replacement for tbird & enigmail with webpg-firefox
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    Well, I'm pretty happy with icedove.

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