etPan! is a console mail user agent based on libEtPan!. Features include support for IMAP4rev1, POP3, NNTP, mbox, mh, and Maildir, virtual folder tree, multiple folder views and message views, smart multi-threading, PGP signing and encryption (using GnuPG as external command), S/MIME signing and encryption (using OpenSSL as external command), spam processing (using bogofilter as external command), and a user interface for configuration.
Mailbox Sweeper lets you delete email messages in your mailbox without downloading them. You can log into your mailbox, preview the Subject lines of the messages stored there, then delete multiple selected email messages, or all of them at once. It's useful for cleaning spam-ridden mailboxes, or to delete a big attachment without having to download it.
sYnergy is a Web-based groupware and communication solution for use with an intranet. It includes email mailboxes, a fax viewer and sending function, contact lists, an appointment and task management function, a picture database, and a function for listening to voice messages. The extensive user management enables administrators to assign various permissions to each user and to exchange data e.g. contacts, appointments, or tasks. It also offers a function to import existing data.
Rbmhshow seeks to provide an efficient and lightweight MIME- capable command-line MH mail environment, leveraging existing applications wherever possible. It is a flexible alternative to the standard MH mhl and mhshow applications. MIME messages are displayed in a single continuous less session, with non-plaintext components (e.g. HTML, Word, JPEG) converted to text by the appropriate utility. PGP and S/ MIME signatures are automatically validated, headers and separators are coloured, and the less prompt displays information about the current mail. Command keys are then provided within less to perform common operations, such as replying to, refiling or deleting mail, moving to the next message, etc.
WapReader provides a WAP-based interface for reading and writing email from mobile devices that support WAP 1.1 protocol. The program is used as a gateway between a WAP-enabled mobile device and a plain POP3/IMAP mail server. With WapReader, a user can read mail, compose new messages, and delete mail. It uses the IMAP or POP3 protocols for getting mail and the SMTP protocol for sending mail. WapReader does not require any SQL server, and is very easy to set up and configure even for an inexperienced webmaster. WapReader supports base64 and quoted-printable mail encodings and all charsets supported by iconv().
MuseSig is an email signature generator. The script takes an ID file (your contact information) and combines it with a quote taken from a local collection of quotes to produce a new signature file. Command line options allow selection of output file, the format to use (one of two types), and various other options. Quote files are plain text and new quotes can be added just by adding a new file to the quote directories.
Dolda Webmail (or d-mail for short) is a Webmail system written in PHP and interfacing with a back-end IMAP server. Advantages over most other projects of a similar sort are that it uses a persistant connection to the IMAP server (which increases performance on the Web server, reduces load on the network and on the IMAP server, and doesn't force the Web server to store the user's password in-core), and that it makes full use of XHTML 1.1 and CSS 2.
MIMP is a version of the popular webmail client IMP intended for mobile phones and PDAs. Basic webmail functionality is implemented, including mailbox viewing and paging, viewing messages, deleting, replying, forwarding, and composing new messages. It utilizes the Horde Application Framework.