Jaro Mail is an integrated suite of interoperable tools for GNU/Linux and Apple/OS X to manage email communication in a private way, without relying on online services (in fact, encouraging users to store email locally). It mainly features a system for mailinglist filtering, address-book integrated whitelisting, strong encryption and anonymous remailing, long-term email storage and archiving with functions for fast search and usage statistics. To accomplish all that, it makes use of solid Unix tools like Mutt, Fetchmail, Mairix, Msmtp, GnuPG, Abook, ELinks, and Mixmaster.
|Tags||Email whitelist Filter SPAM Console terminal Mutt|
|Operating Systems||GNU/Linux Linux BSD Mac OS X|
Release Notes: The filter engine has been rewritten to use ZSh map arrays in place of Procmail, improving speed and reliability. The sending mechanism has been rewritten to use maildirs and allow the review of the outbox queue before sending. Among the new features is the Group configuration to maintain lists of recipients, and the Mixmaster3 support to easily send anonymous email. The installation and account configuration have been simplified, and the documentation has been updated accordingly. Also included are several bugfixes and an overall cleanup of the code.
Release Notes: This release brings minor fixes for OS X usage when replying to email, rendering HTML, and opening attachments. It also refactors the way the local keyring hashes passwords, and refines packaging and install scripts (config defaults are now found in doc/).
Release Notes: This release refactors the code and improves the OS X app packaging, as well changing some file paths, by separating read-only and read-write directories for configurations and email. The GNU/Linux build system includes bugfixes for distributions based on Red Hat.
Release Notes: This release includes minor bugfixes to the backup mechanism, the gnupg wrapper, the handling of file attachments, and the rendering of HTML email. The Apple/OS X binary is now a bundle which can be installed in Applications.
Release Notes: This release includes several bugfixes and usability improvements. The address book system has been refactored to allow editing of entries, avoid duplicates, and import/export in VCard format. Encrypted correspondence is now possible when GnuPG is installed. Vim is used as the default editor, and is pre-configured for email quoting and paragraph justification. Overall speed when searching and opening folders is improved. Stability fixes are improving multiple account management, mailbox filtering, merging, and backup.