Thunderbird 78 is the latest stable release of the email client. It features OpenPGP encryption support, integrated calendar, and dark mode support.
A new version of Geary, the GTK-based email client for Linux desktops, is now available to download. Geary 3.36 is said to offer “a number of enhancements, bug fixes, and server compatibility improvements” over the previous […]
The BlueMail email client is now available for the Linux desktop as a Snap app on the Snapcraft store. The app is free to use, but is not open source.
Geary email client has a new release out, Geary 3.34.0, and in this post I tell you a bit about it and how to install the app on Ubuntu and other Linux distros.
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.
An updated version of the Mozilla Thunderbird e-mail client is now available to download. Thunderbird 60.5 carries a modest set of improvements, including integrated support for the third-party ‘WeTransfer‘ file sharing service. WeTransfer allows users to send […]
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 […]
An updated version of the Geary email client for Linux desktops is available to download. It contains a stack of bug fixes for some bothersome mail related issues.
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 […]
Mailspring is a free, open source desktop email client for Windows, Mac and Linux. It's a fork of Nylas Mail, but with a native core and better performance.
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 […]