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overview = The current version of GNUMail.app is already quite stable and rich in functionalities and will work well for a day-to-day MUA use. | overview = The current version of GNUMail.app is already quite stable and rich in functionalities and will work well for a day-to-day MUA use. |
-features = Please check the project's [http://www.collaboration-world.com/gnumail/ homepage] for a complete feature overview. |+features = Please check the project's [http://www.collaboration-world.com/gnumail/ homepage] for a complete feature overview.
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 +GNUMail also uses an extensive number of bundles, some which are more mature than others. These can be disabled simply by either removing or changing their names such as
 +mv /usr/lib/GNUstep/ApplicationSupport/GNUMail/PGP.bundle/ ./PGP.bundle.hide
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 +The Maildir message storage format should be preferred for new users (better performance, more robust).
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 +If you are still using the mbox file format to store your messages and having problems try to delete the cache files. These can be found in your ~/Mailbox subdirectory.
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 +Account preferences are stored in ~/GNUstep/Defaults/.GNUstepDefaults
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maintainer = maintainer =

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GNUMail is the official GNUstep mail application and a clone of NeXT's Mail.app.

Current Version: 1.2.0pre3

  • Released: February 06, 2007
  • Licensed: GPL 2.0

Overview

The current version of GNUMail.app is already quite stable and rich in functionalities and will work well for a day-to-day MUA use.

Features

Please check the project's homepage for a complete feature overview.

GNUMail also uses an extensive number of bundles, some which are more mature than others. These can be disabled simply by either removing or changing their names such as mv /usr/lib/GNUstep/ApplicationSupport/GNUMail/PGP.bundle/ ./PGP.bundle.hide

The Maildir message storage format should be preferred for new users (better performance, more robust).

If you are still using the mbox file format to store your messages and having problems try to delete the cache files. These can be found in your ~/Mailbox subdirectory.

Account preferences are stored in ~/GNUstep/Defaults/.GNUstepDefaults

Maintainer

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