Spruce is an X11 email client written in GTK+. It is geared towards being small and fast, supporting all the common features that users want or need without sacrificing usability or functionality.
|Tags||Communications Email Email Clients (MUA) Desktop Environment GNOME|
Release Notes: This version adds support for PGP clear-signing and preliminary support for SSL with POP and IMAP. Spruce will now warn users of problems via warning dialogs rather than console messages and there is a new feature that allows a user to have Spruce beep when new mail arrives.
Release Notes: This release includes major improvements to PGP encryption/decryption support - now supports GnuPG, PGP 5 and PGP 2, ability to edit your addressbook information, more word-wrap functionality, the ability to convert tabs to a set number of spaces, and numerous bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds In-Reply-To and References headers to outgoing messages in order to not break message threads on mailing lists. It should also now build on FreebSD systems, and fixes the SMTP issues that a few people were having.
Release Notes: Fixes to allow Spruce to build on Solaris7 SPARC stations, fixes for segfault bugs that occured when a user deleted the last remaining message in a folder and when users sent mail on certain systems, and completion of polishing up the new mailbox code.
Release Notes: Fixes to make spruce more compliant with RFC standards