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".
Unity Mail — does the name ring a bell? It might. This small app let you see the number of unread messages in your Gmail (or other webmail) account on the Unity launcher without the (comparative) hassle of setting […]
Claws Mail 3.14.0 is the latest release of the lightweight GTK+ email client. Among its latest crop of changes is master passphrase support.
A new version of open-source email client Geary is available to download, the first update to the app in more than a year. The demise of Yorba as a non-profit software company a year or ago left the […]
Thunderbird, Evolution and Geary – three of the best known open-source email clients available on the Linux desktop. Today a new app launched that will be hoping to join the list above, an app that promises to […]
Linux users interested in innovative desktop mail app Inky are now able to sign up for updates on its progress.
Opera's popular e-mail feature is to be removed from the browser and released as a standalone application, developers have announced.
"Revolutionary Email client" Inky, though not well known, is on its way to the Linux desktop.
A new release of desktop e-mail app Geary is now available, and adds a number of significant improvements over previous versions.
Sending e-mails anonymously isn't something most of us need to - or should - do. But there are times when something needs sending sans social awkwardness, or free from repercussion. Ubuntu app 'AnonMail' let's you do just that.
Mozilla Thunderbird is the default email client in Ubuntu. It is easy to use and setup, has many advanced features and allows for easy customisation. And customization is exactly what this article is all about.