email clients

yMail – added 11/30/2003

yMail is an advanced no-frills email client with powerful spam-deleting tools. How can it be advanced and no-frills at the same time? Well, it won’t let you produce hand-crafted HTML emails with cute borders and flashing icons but it will give you control of your incoming mail with programmable spam filters.

MailAmp Voice Email – added 2/9/2005

MailAmp’s voice email plug-in to Outlook allows users to create audio email messages that can be sent to any email user. The recipient does not need MailAmp, since MailAmp uses a standard MP3 compression. The audio email is highly compressed to maintain a small file size.

Incredimail Xe – added 2/9/2003

IncrediMail is an advanced, feature-rich email program that offers you an unprecedented interactive experience. Unique multimedia features will enable you to tailor your email experience so that it fits your mood and personality. IncrediMail offers a wide array of customizable and personalized special features and an ever-growing Web-Gallery packed with exciting content that will not only make your email recipients appreciate your creativity but also leave them impressed. Vivid animated characters will announce the arrival of new email.

Agilemail – added 29/09/2002

From the developer of SlimBrowser, AgileMail is an email sender which is slim, powerful and easy to use. You can import messages from text files. You can easily add/remove attachments with a simple attachment management interface. You can custom your signature and AgileMail will automatically append it for you before sending outgoing mails.

Phoenix Mail – added 6/18/2003

Phoenix Mail is an e-mail client developed with Borland Delphi. The original program’s author, Michael Haller, decided to turn the project into an open-source project.

Mahogany – added 1/23/2004

Mahogany is an OpenSource cross-platform mail and news client. It is available for X11/Unix and MS Win32 platforms, supporting a wide range of protocols and standards, including SMTP, POP3, IMAP, NNTP (including SSL support for all of them) and full MIME support.

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