KBarcode is a barcode and label printing application for KDE 3. It can be used to print everything from simple business cards up to complex labels with several barcodes, such as article descriptions. KBarcode comes with an easy-to-use WYSIWYG label designer, a setup wizard, batch import of labels (directly from the delivery note), thousands of predefined labels, database managment tools, and translations in many languages. Even printing more than 10,000 labels in one go is no problem for KBarcode. Additionally, it is a simple xbarcode replacement for the creation of barcodes. All major types of barcodes like EAN, UPC, CODE39, and ISBN are supported.
KDE Mass Mailer allows you to send mass email messages with KDE and Kmail. It can access the KDE adressbook or it can import CVS files to acquire the destination addresses. It can also insert data from these sources into the email message (like "Dear %firstname%"). All messages will be sent with a valid "To:" field.
By far the best checksum program I have seen so far. Lots
of options, therefore in the first moment a little bit hard to
use, but useful features...
At least one good FTP client
I am always wondering about the lack of good FTP clients
for Linux. Either they are commercial (like IglooFTP or
NFTP), coming with a complete weird GUI (like kbear) or
they are quite buggy or with a lack of usability (like gftp
and lots of other client).
FTPcupe is a very nice clone of the well known LeechFTP
for Windows and for me the only Linux FTP Client with good
features and an easy to use GUI.
From my point of view, still not perfect - but a least the
best one right now.