Category/Email-software/anti-spam

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anti-spam (3)



Inboxen
Email service that allows a person to create an almost infinite amount of unique email addresses that the user can give to 3rd party websites. This lets the user have more control of their identity/privacy and keeps their personal email address free of junk.
Mailpile
Mailpile is an email client with a familiar web interface. It provides typical read, write, organise and search tools, as well as OpenPGP signatures and encryption when sending email. Additionally your email and search indexes are encrypted in the event that your machine is stolen. You can install Mailpile on your own machine or a remote machine, and access it via your browser either way, but note that it is an email client (MUA) not an email server (MTA). You will still require an account on an email server.
Thunderbird
Thunderbird supports different mail accounts (POP, IMAP, Gmail), has an integrated learning Spam filter, and offers easy organization of mails with tagging and virtual folders. Also, more features can be added by installing extensions. The goal of Icedove is to produce a cross platform standalone mail application using the XUL user interface language. Thunderbird has IRC support, and the calendar extension Mozilla Lightning is now installed by default.

History

Icedove

Icedove was the Debian project's rebranded version of the Mozilla Thunderbird e-mail client. In February 2017, Thunderbird packages were reintroduced into the Debian repositories, and on April 20, 2017, the Icedove package in Debian Stable was de-branded back to Thunderbird.[1]


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