Columba is an email client written in Java, featuring a user-friendly graphical interface with wizards and internationalization support. It's a powerful email management tool with features to enhance your productivity and communication.
|Tags||Communications Email Email Clients (MUA)|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This version features full vCard contact model support, a FlexDock based docking framework, integrated scripting support for Groovy, Beanshell, and Jython, initial prototypes for calendar and chat components, a new default Tango iconset, improved IMAP caching, plugin-based message rendering, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version features native Mac OS X support for opening file attachments and the Web browser. It tightly integrates SpamAssassin. Cut/copy/paste work as expected. The selection handling was improved, and there are many speedups for Virtual Folders and IMAP folders. Many components were cleaned up and dozens of bugs fixed.
Release Notes: This version features revamped vFolder support, which are now actively monitoring folder changes. The message viewer shows attachments inline, and a new filter toolbar enables quick searches in the message list. Groovy was added as another interpreter plugin, which makes it possible to extend Columba in the Groovy language. Additionally, many components were cleaned up and over 60 bugs were fixed since the last major release. This is the last release candidate before the final 1.0 release, scheduled this summer.
Release Notes: This release adds support for i18n naming of IMAP mailbox names. The message preview can be hidden; the user can choose what headers he wants to see. Recent message are now highlighted in the mailbox view. Columba registers itself as default email client on win32. There is now VCard importing/exporting for the addressbook component.
Release Notes: This version features an integrated bayesian spam filter, proxy support, sorting of folders, an improved message composer interface, secure connections using SSL/TLS support, improved Win32 integration, and profile management.