Broaden your selection: Category/Interface
- Astroid is a lightweight and fast Mail User Agent that provides a graphical interface to searching, display and composing email, organized in thread and tags. Astorid uses the notmuch backend for blazingly fast searches through tons of email. Astroid searches, displays and compose emails - and rely on other programs for fetching, syncing and sending email. Check out Astroid in your general mail setup for a suggested complete mail solution. 
- a Ruby network manager.
- FreeNATS is a PHP and MySQL based automatic network status testing, alerting and reporting package from PurplePixie Systems and released under the GNU General Public Licence for free use. Current Test Types
- Ping (ICMP)
- HTTP/HTTPs (Web)
- MySQL Connection
- MySQL Queries
- TCP Port
- Other Features Include
- Email Alerting
- URL Alerting
- Test Schedules
- Publishable Views
- Availability Reports
- Graph & Table History
- Live Monitor
- Geary is an email application built around conversations, for the GNOME 3 desktop. It allows you to read, find and send email with a straightforward, modern interface.
- Gpg-remailer is somewhat similar to ordinary mailing list software, but all e-mail processed by gpg-remailer is PGP/GPG signed and encrypted. Gpg-remailer decrypts received PGP/GPG messages, verifies the received signature and re-encrypts the e-mail for the members of a well defined group of recipients. Using gpg-remailer the list of members of a group of people who want to exchange encrypted and authenticated e-mail can be maintained at one location, allowing the members of the group to specify just one e-mail address to send PGP/GPG signed and encrypted e-mail to. Gpg-remailer recognizes the following e-mail formats: * Standard simple encrypted messages. * Multi-part encrypted messages. * Encrypted messages containing detached signatures.
- Hitch allows developers to be properly credited when Pair Programming and using Git.
- JitterBug is a Web-based bug tracking tool originally written to manage the huge volume of bug reports and queries the Samba Team receives. It is now used by a number of other projects. The program is available in English and French. JitterBug receives bug reports via email or a web form. Authenticated users can then reply to the message, move it between different categories or add notes to it. Users can add arbitrary notes to each message, and an audit trail is kept for each message showing who did what. Users can request email notification of changes to files or directories. JitterBug is like a communal web based email system; the whole system is a single C program running as a CGI script and fully HTML 3.2 compliant. The program uses your server's built-in authentication, and has a built in SMTP mail client for sending replies and notifications.
- Laconica (pronounced "luh-KAWN-ih-kuh") is a microblogging platform. It helps people in a community, company or group to exchange short (140 character) messages over the Web. Users can choose which people to "follow" and receive only their friends' or colleagues' status messages. It provides a similar service to sites like Twitter, Jaiku, and Plurk.
- Lire is a pluggable log analyzer. It has analyzers for over 25 log file formats, ranging from Apache WWW log files to iptables firewall logs and CUPS printing logs. Reports are generated in 9 different output formats, optionally with included graphs.
- mail2web makes a mail archive, organised as RFC 5322 files in directories, accessible by HTTP.
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