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Balsa – open source E-mail client for GNOME

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Balsa is an lightweight, easy to use open source E-mail client for GNOME, highly configurable and incorporating with all the features you would expect in a robust mail client.

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Balsa is an lightweight, easy to use open source E-mail client for GNOME, highly configurable and incorporating with all the features you would expect in a robust mail client.

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it’s a Gnome e-mail client which support for multiple POP3 and IMAP accounts and local mail delivery. Balsa can be compiled with multi-threading support for faster response, and can do nifty things like read your GnomeCard address book, use LDAP, and render HTML mail.

It has a spell checker and direct support for PGP and GPG for encryption and also have some basic filtering capabilities, and natively supports for several e-mail storage protocols. It also has some internationalization support, including Japanese fonts.

Features of Balsa – E-mail client for GNOME:

  • Support for local mailbox formats: mbox, maildir, mh
  • Allows nested mailboxes
  • Support for POP3 and IMAP mail access protocols
  • Printing
  • Spell Checking
  • Multi-threaded mail retrieval (optional Feature)
  • MIME support (view images inline, save parts)
  • Supports SMTP and/or use of local MTA, ie. Sendmail
  • Address Book that integrates with GnomeCard
  • Highly configurable
  • Active, open development
  • Multiple character sets for composing and reading messages
  • Allows file attachments to outgoing messages
  • GPG/OpenPGP mail signing and encryption
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