KBiff is a KDE "biff" or new mail notification utility. It is highly configurable but very easy to use and setup. It supports session managment (it "remembers" the last state it was in before you logged off) and can be docked into the panel. It has support for mbox (Unix-style), maildir (qmail-style), mh, POP3, IMAP4, and NNTP mailboxes.
|Tags||Communications Email Desktop Environment KDE Internet Networking|
Release Notes: This is the long-awaited KDE 4 release.
Release Notes: Status window fixes for multi-monitor setups. KDE 2 support has been removed. A 'stopped' icon state has been added. There are many automake/configure/Makefile updates. This is a generic refresh after three years of being dormant.
Release Notes: Support for CRAM-MD5 and APOP authentication was added. A few other minor changes were made.
Release Notes: Support for using SSL with POP3 and IMAP4 has been added.
Release Notes: In this version, KBiff no longer crashes when the mouse hovers over the icon and no longer reports "trashed" mails in a Maildir as unread, and the Debian subdirectory was updated.