A new version of the Geary email client for Linux is available to download. We look at what's new in Geary 0.13 and show you how to install it on Ubuntu.
A new version of Thunderbird is now available to download. Thunderbird 60 is the first stable release of the ephemeral desktop email client since the launch of Thunderbird 52 way back in early 2017. A year in […]
What kind of email user are you: piler or filer? “Pile…File… what?” you’re probably thinking. I know I was when Geary pinged over a new user survey asking me this exact same question. But it all […]
The Mailspring email client is now available as a Snap application on Ubuntu and other Linux distros. The part-Electron, part C++ mail app works with most major email providers, lets you add multiple accounts, has fast […]
Geary 0.12 has been released, the first major update of the app since 2016. It features, among other changes, improvements to the rich text composer.
Looking for a Linux email client that works with Microsoft Exchange servers, Office365 or Outlook accounts? You’re far from alone. We regularly receive emails and tweets from Ubuntu users who want to know how to […]
A KMail bug has inadvertently sent PGP encrypted emails in plain-text — for the past four years! A flaw in the ‘Send it Later’ feature, introduced in Kmail 4.11, allows users to schedule the time […]
Nylas N1 …Or is it Nylas Mail now? I can't remember, and it doesn't really matter because, we learn today, this cross-platform desktop email app is dead.
We go hands on with Trojita email app on Ubuntu, seeing how it compares to Thunderbird, and show you how to install it on Ubuntu, no PPA required.
Dekko for Ubuntu Touch¹ may be going nowhere, but the re-written, Snap-based version is already starting to shine. And better yet: it’s available for testing right now. Development Snap builds of Dekko are available in the beta and […]
The stylish desktop email client from Nylas is once again free to use, and has picked up a new name in the process. Nylas Mail is the new name for the open-source desktop app hitherto known as Nylas […]
There's a new stable release of WMail, the app that describes itself as "the missing desktop client for Gmail".