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Abook
Abook is a text-based addressbook program specifically designed to use with mutt mail client (although it can also be used independently). It has import filters for mutt, pine, and the Netscape addressbook, and export filters for mutt, pine, the Netscape addressbook, HTML, elm, plain text, spruce, and the GnomeCard addressbook.
Achoz
will offer search and tools to reduce your data, keep it clean, fast and easy. in alpha development stage.
Acmemail
'acmemail' is a multiuser IMAP/POP3 to Web gateway (or webmail program). It reads mail from a mail server and displays it using HTML on a web server. It has full support for MIME and mod_perl and is quite pretty.
Aerc
aerc is an email client for your terminal written in go. It was originally created by Drew DeVault and is now further developed as a fork by Robin Jarry. It features a tmux-style embedded terminal, an interactive terminal web browser, diff highlighting, an embedded less session, vim-style keybindings, and support for multiple accounts. It optionally supports notmuch. The client only downloads the information which is necessary to present the UI, making for a snappy and bandwidth-efficient experience. aerc supports IMAP, Maildir, SMTP, and sendmail transfer protocols. Asynchronous IMAP support ensures the UI never gets locked up by a flaky network, as mutt often does.
Alot
Alot is a text mode mail user agent for the notmuch mail system. It features a modular and command prompt driven interface to provide a full MUA experience as an alternative to the Emacs and Vim modes shipped with notmuch. Current support includes:
  • modular and command prompt driven interface
  • multiple accounts for sending mails via sendmail
  • spawn terminals for asynchronous editing of mails
  • tab completion and usage help for all commands
  • contacts completion using customizable lookups commands
  • user configurable keyboard maps
  • theming, optionally in 2, 16 or 256 colours
  • full support for PGP/MIME encryption and signing
Alpine
Alpine is a screen-oriented message-handling tool. In its default configuration, Alpine offers an intentionally limited set of functions geared toward the novice user, but it also has a large list of optional "power-user" and personal-preference features. alpinef is a variant of Alpine that uses function keys rather than mnemonic single-letter commands. Alpine uses the c-client messaging API to access local and remote mail folders. This library provides a variety of low-level message-handling functions, including drivers for a variety of different mail file formats, as well as routines to access remote mail and news servers, using IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) and NNTP (Network News Transport Protocol). Outgoing mail is usually posted directly via SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol).
Althea
Althea is an IMAP E-Mail client for Gtk. Supports such advanced features as multiple servers, IMAP over SSL and message filtering.
Anguly Mail Client
A lightweight Mail Client written in C and Gtk+, with Pop3, Imap, GMail, Smtp Support, currently support only Pop3 and SMTP.
Animail
Animail is a multiserver POP3/APOP/IMAP4 (with or without SSL) mail retrieval utility. It has an advanced filtering system based on blacklisting, whitelisting, or a combination of both, and can send an autoresponse which prompts people to reply and add themselves to the 'autoaccept' file. It also allows filters based on regular expressions which match against email headers. (If a message is filtered, only the header is downloaded, not the entire body.) users can also combine external filtering programs (e.g. SpamAssassin or Bogofilter) as message post-download plugins, which extends filtering capabilities in an unlimited way. Delivery options include mailbox, maildir, local SMTP, and pipe to a command.
AnonAddy
AnonAddy is an email forwarding service designed to protect a user's email addresses from spam and other unwanted emails. It allows you to create random aliases that can be used to forward emails to your main account. This way, you can sign up on services around the Web without giving your real email address.

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