XCmail is a MIME and multi POP3 capable mailtool for X11 using the Xclasses X11 layout library. Its main purpose is to read and write mail, allowing any kind of data to be attached. It can handle MIME types, has helpers to show different types, and can encode and decode binary data into ASCII to allow it to be transported as mail over the Internet. It has many built-in functions such as 2 vCards, unlimited POP3 servers, SMTP, SMTP after POP3, SMTP-AUTH (RFC2554), addressbook, encoders, filters, a special spam filter, spell checker, xface, and a new "virtual folder" concept. It also uses external programs to enhance its feature set. XCmail can be extended through a plugin interface.
|Tags||Communications Email Email Clients (MUA) Filters Post-Office IMAP POP3 Internet Utilities|
|Licenses||GPL Public Domain|
|Operating Systems||POSIX AIX BSD IRIX Linux Other Solaris|
Release Notes: Fixes were made the retrieval of big files over POP3. Sorting speed was improved again. Another builtin filters was added, allowing you to check for substrings. A search function was added to the addressbook window. A mini calendar/reminder service was added, which sends a message to you at a given time. "Received folder" settings for each vfolder were added.
Release Notes: This release includes fixes in SMTP after POP, sorting speed improvements, a check_new_release module bugfix, and fixes for a POP3 transfer problem.
Release Notes: Fixes were added to enable compilation under IRIX and RedHat Linux.
Release Notes: Internal folder management rewrites, support for multiple POP3 accounts (on different servers), a readable, writeable, appendable/deletable GZ mail archive, changing the newmail window to offer more recipients (endless) and use some nice addressbook auto-search, a new setup wizard for first time users, application of patches from the FreeBSD patch directory, some vCard fixes, and fixes for all known bugs.
Release Notes: vCard was fixed so that Mozilla's mailer can read it (again). vfolder support is now disabled by default and may be enabled by power users. A problem that Red Hat's gcc had when compiling inline code was fixed by removing the inline code.