4 Best Command-Line Email Clients For Linux

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7 Responses

  1. Bob LeChef says:

    They’re all a PITA to use, especially out of the box. I remember spending hours configuring mutt and still never got it to a point where it worked the way I wanted it to. It always felt like I was working around its issues, esp. with IMAP.

    I don’t like the expanding bloat of web mail clients, but there’s little alternative. I just void email nowadays anyway. Maybe one day suckless will feature an email client that can work nicely with modern technology and needs while remaining lean.

  2. Adam Dymitruk says:

    would love to see something in one of these clients that supports html in the signature so I can add a logo and style to it.

  3. Amit Tendulkar says:

    What about Emacs based email clients like Guns? Also do check the email categorization tool like PopFile.

  4. libreman says:

    I never used but Jaro Mail (https://www.dyne.org/software/jaro-mail/) looks promising.

  5. Tsepo says:

    Nice, it will be nice if they can support MS exchange.

    • Aaron Kili K says:

      @Tsepo

      That would be absolutely nice and helpful. In that case, we do not exactly know as this aspect is not listed in their features or supported mail platforms, but probably they do.

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