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Claws Mail

Claws Mail
Main window of Claws Mail 2.7.1
Developer(s) The Claws Mail Team
Initial release 0.4.67claws1 (11 May 2001)
Stable release 3.11.1 (October 27, 2014 (2014-10-27))
Preview release None
Written in C, GTK+
Operating system BSD, Linux, Mac OS, Solaris, Unix, Windows
Available in Brazilian Portuguese, Bulgarian, Catalan, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish
Type E-mail client, news client
License GNU GPLv3
Website http://www.claws-mail.org/

Claws Mail is a free and open source, GTK+-based email and news client. It offers easy configuration and an abundance of features. It stores mail in the MH mailbox format and also the Mbox mailbox format via a plugin. Claws Mail runs on both Windows and Unix-like systems such as Linux, BSD, Solaris, and Mac OS X.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Features 2
  • Plugins 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

History

Formerly known as Sylpheed-Claws, it started in April 2001 as the development version of Sylpheed, where new features could be tested and debugged, but evolved enough to now be a completely separate program. It forked completely from Sylpheed in August 2005.

Features

Claws Mail provides many features,[1] among them are:

  • Search and filtering
  • Security (GPG, SSL, anti-phishing)
  • Import/export from standard formats
  • External editor
  • Templates
  • Foldable quotes
  • Per-folder preferences
  • Face, X-Face support
  • Customisable toolbars
  • Themes support
  • Plugins

Plugins

Claws Mail's features can be extended with plugins,[2] such as

See also

References

  1. ^ Features pages on claws-mail.org
  2. ^ Plugins page on claws-mail.org

External links

  • Official site
  • GnuPG encryption suite for Windows (which includes the Windows version of Claws Mail)
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