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Software Packages in Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex, Subsection "Mail", Part I

An e-mail client, aka Mail User Agent (MUA), aka e-mail reader is a frontend computer program used to manage e-mail.

One of the most popular uses of the Internet is email.

Everyone, in some manner, communicates to one or more individuals through electronic mail.

While most email providers have web pages for users to use webmail, many people prefer to use email clients, which is an easier way on obtaining email.

Abook adress programm

Abook is a text-based addressbook program designed to use with mutt mail client. Abook runs on Linux, FreeBSD and some other UNIXes.

  • Linux / FreeBSD box (Solaris, AIX, HPUX and DEC Alpha should also work. Your mileage may vary.)
  • ncurses library
  • GNU readline library
  • Supported platforms
    • Linux
    • Solaris
    • OpenBSD
    • FreeBSD
  • Platforms which reportedly work
    • GNU/Hurd
    • NetBSD (ncurses required)
    • AIX 3.2.5
    • HPUX
    • Irix 6.5
    • DEC alpha

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Personal Address Manager for GNUstep (Goodies)

This package contains a couple of things that might be of use:

A tool that will merge your GNUMail address book into the Addresses

A stand-alone Addresses network server.

A command-line tool for address database manipulation.

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Pine was a freeware, text-based e-mail client developed at the University of Washington. Source code was available for only the Unix version under a license written by the University of Washington. Pine is no longer under development, and has been replaced by the new Alpine client, which is licensed as free software.

Supported platforms
There are both Unix and Windows versions of Pine. The Unix version is text user interface based—its message editor inspired the text editor Pico. The Windows (and formerly DOS) version is called PC-Pine. WebPine is available to individuals associated with the University of Washington (students, faculty, etc.)—a version of Pine implemented as a web application.

Licensing and clones

Up to version 3.9.1, the Pine license was similar to BSD, and it stated that

Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and its documentation for any purpose and without fee to the University of Washington is hereby granted …

The University did, however, register a trademark for the name Pine.

From version 3.9.2, the holder of the copyright, the University of Washington, changed the license so that even if the source code was still available, they did not allow modifications and changes to Pine to be distributed by anyone other than themselves. They also claimed that even the old license never allowed distribution of modified versions

The trademark for the Pine name was part of their position in this matter


In 2006, the University of Washington announced that it stopped development of Pine with Pine 4.64, although Pine continues to be supported

In its place is a new family of email tools based upon Pine, called Alpine and licensed under the Apache License, version 2. November 29, 2006 saw the first public alpha releasewhich forms a new approach since the alpha test of Pine was always non-public.

Alpine 1.0 was publicly released on December 20, 2007.

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Email mailpack modification tool. alterMIME is used to modify existing email mailpacks, such as adding headers, disclaimers and removing, replacing attachments.

What's alterMIME about?

alterMIME is a small program which is used to alter your mime-encoded mailpacks as typically received by Inflex, Xamime and AMaViS.

What can alterMIME do?

  • Insert disclaimers
  • Insert arbitary X-headers
  • Modify existing headers
  • Remove attachments based on filename or content-type
  • Replace attachments based on filename

News and updates

  • 30 October, 2008 - Released v0.3.9 various cleanups, and hopefully the Outlook Quote-Printable corruption issue fixed.

  • September 26, 2008 - alterMIME Pro announced. At the suggestion of several exiting alterMIME users, we (PLDaniels) have developed a commercial variant of alterMIME, alterMIME Pro which bundles together alterMIME, easy installer, web based administration and many useful features that normally have to be hand-crafted outside of alterMIME. alterMIME Pro can also replace an existing standard alterMIME installation with ease.

  • September 6, 2008 - 0.3 dev update. Extended depth disclaimer insertion fixed, allowing emails with deeply structured MIME to still successfully have disclaimers inserted.


amavisd-new is a high-performance and reliable interface between mailer (MTA) and one or more content checkers: virus scanners, and/or Mail::SpamAssassin Perl module. It is written in Perl, ensuring high reliability, portability and maintainability. It talks to MTA via (E)SMTP or LMTP protocols, or by using helper programs. No timing gaps exist in the design, which could cause a mail loss.

It is normally positioned at or near a central mailer, not necessarily where users' mailboxes and final delivery takes place. If looking for a per-user and low-message-rate solution to be placed at the final stage of mail delivery (e.g. called from procmail or in place of a local delivery agent), there may be other solutions more appropriate.

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The Anteater project is a Mail Traffic Analyser. Anteater supports currently the logformat produced by Sendmail and by Postfix. The tool is written in 100% C++ and is very easy to customize. Input, output, and the analysis are modular class objects with a clear interface. There are eight useful analyse modules, writing the result in plain ASCII or HTML, to stdout or to files.

Anteater is a testing framework for HTTP and SOAP applications, built as an extension of Ant. The way you write scripts is by using a declarative syntax, where you specify actions to be taken and a set of expected output(s). You can check the output in various ways, including string equality, regular expressions or XPath expressions.

In addition to emulating an HTTP or SOAP client, Anteater can also be used to emulate the server side, in order to test an HTTP or SOAP client application, or to test asynchronous Web services. Anteater embeds a full blown servlet container (Tomcat 3.3), which is used to receive incoming HTTP requests.

You can apply the same checks as described above not only on the response received, but also on an incoming request. With this functionality, Anteater can be used to implement test scripts for asynchronous Web services, including ebXML and BizTalk. Anteater can also be used to quickly test Web applications by deploying them on its internal servlet container, making testing such applications a real breeze.

archivemail is a tool for archiving and compressing old email in mailboxes. It moves messages older than the specified number of days to a separate mbox format mailbox that is compressed with gzip. It can also just delete old email rather than archive it.
What can it do for me?

Maybe some of your mailboxes are quite large (eg, over 10,000 messages) and they are taking a while to load in your mail reader. Perhaps they are taking up too much space on your disk. Archiving old messages to a separate, compressed mailbox will mean:

1. Your mail reader will get a huge performance boost loading and reading your mail.
2. You will be taking up less disk space, since old mail will be compressed. (Mail usually compresses quite nicely.)
3. You won't be confronted with semi-obsolete mail all the time.

You can also use archivemail as a simple backup tool.
Archmbox is a simple email archiver written in perl; it parses one or more mailboxes, selects some or all messages and then performs specific actions on the selected messages.
At this time archmbox supports mbox and mbx mailbox formats.

Four different modes are available:
  • list mode, which is useful to list all selected messages before archmbox performs the real operations (archiving or deleting)
  • kill mode, if messages should be deleted from the mailbox(es) rather than archived
  • archive mode, to archive the selected messages in a different mailbox
  • copy mode, to copy the selected messages from the source mailbox

Asmail, mail checker
Asmail is a "mail-checker" like xbiff, but with the Afterstep look & feel. It indicates the status of your mailbox.

It can be put in the Wharf, execute program on incoming mail, execute program on mouseclick, show animations and more..

First of all, asMail is NOT an e-mail client as many seem to believe. asMail is a xbiff clone, i.e. it just tells you if you got e-mail or not. It does not download, send or delete any messages.

BBDB (The Insidious Big Brother Database)

The Insidious Big Brother Database (BBDB) is a contact management utility created by Jamie Zawinski for use with Emacs. For many years it was maintained by Waider. Since February 2007 BBDB is maintained by Robert Widhopf-Fenk.

It is tightly integrated with several mail and news readers (see below), allowing it to create database entries directly from mail and news messages. As is usual with applications for Emacs, this record creation can be configured in many ways, ranging from a boolean create/don't create setting to creation based on the result of a user-supplied function.
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BBmail, mail notifier for Blackbox/Fluxbox

BB-tools are a number of simple X-Window programs to display the status of different resources. The style and part of the code is copied from Blackbox a small and extremely fast X11-Windowmanager.

Although the programs are written to be used with Blackbox, they should work in any other X11-Windowmanager.

If you have a vulnerable package installed on any machine, you are advised to remove the package immediately, using the standard package tools. The audit-packages command (now integrated with the pkg_install tools) locates any installed package which has been mentioned in security advisories as being vulnerable.


Biabam Is A Bash Attachment Mailer. In other words, BIABAM is a tool that is used for mailing attachments from the commandline. It is similar to using Mutt to send attachments on the commandline, but without the overhead of a complete email client.

A command-line attachment mailer

Biabam Is A Bash Attachment Mailer

To use BIABAM use the following syntax:

echo [body] | biabam attachment1,[attachment2,attachmentN] [-s subject] \

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Biff is a small program that prints a message to your terminal when new email arrives. Actually, the message is printed by the comsat daemon, and biff just enables/disables the u+x permission flag for the terminal, which comsat uses to determine whether or not to write to your terminal.

biff is mainly of historic interest, since there are much better alternatives (such as xlbiff and gbuffy) that are network-aware and do not require a daemon. Although there are no known security problems, running additional services is often considered risky.


Binc IMAP is a well designed, modular IMAP server for Maildir. Its goals are to be secure, stable, and fast, yet flexible and easy to maintain.

For those familiar with qmail-pop3d, this IMAP server will be the natural choice. It is invoked similarily and uses checkpassword to authenticate.

Binc IMAP 1.2 is a Maildir only IMAP server (no traditional mbox support).

Binc IMAP compiles and runs on RedHat, Mandrake, SuSE and Debian Linux, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Solaris/SunOS, Mac OS X, and more.

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Bogofilter is a mail filter that classifies mail as spam or ham (non-spam) by a statistical analysis of the message's header and content (body). The program is able to learn from the user's classifications and corrections.

Bogofilter is or can be integrated with graphical mailers, such as KDE's KMail, GNOME's Evolution or Claws Mail (formerly known as Sylpheed-Claws), or it is run by a mail delivery agent (maildrop, procmail) script to classify an incoming message as spam or ham (using wordlists stored by BerkeleyDB).

Bogofilter provides processing for plain text and HTML. It supports multi-part MIME messages with decoding of base64, quoted-printable, and uuencoded text and ignores attachments, such as images.

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A simple mail user agent
bsfilter (1:1.0.15-2ubuntu1) [universe]
Bayesian spam filter
c-sig (3.8-12) [universe]
A signature tool for GNU Emacs
checkgmail (1.13-3ubuntu1) [universe]
Alternative Gmail Notifier for Linux via Atom feeds
checkpw (1.02-1) [universe]
checks password which is stored in ~/Maildir/.password
chewmail (1.2-1) [universe]
mail archiver for various mailbox formats
citadel-client (7.37-5) [universe]
complete and feature-rich groupware server (command line client)
citadel-common (7.37-5) [universe]
complete and feature-rich groupware server
citadel-mta (7.37-5) [universe]
complete and feature-rich groupware server (mail transport agent)
citadel-server (7.37-5) [universe]
complete and feature-rich groupware server
citadel-suite (7.37-5) [universe]
complete and feature-rich groupware server; metapackage for full installation
clamsmtp (1.10-0ubuntu1) [universe]
virus-scanning SMTP proxy
claws-mail (3.5.0-2ubuntu1) [universe]
Fast, lightweight and user-friendly GTK2 based email client
claws-mail-acpi-notifier (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
Laptop's Mail LED control for Claws Mail
claws-mail-archiver-plugin (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
Archiver plugin for Claws Mail
claws-mail-attach-remover (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
Mail attachment remover for Claws Mail
claws-mail-attach-warner (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
Missing attachment warnings for Claws Mail
claws-mail-bogofilter (3.5.0-2ubuntu1) [universe]
Bogofilter plugin for Claws Mail
claws-mail-cache-saver (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
Internal cache saver for Claws Mail mailer
claws-mail-dbg (3.5.0-2ubuntu1) [universe]
Debug symbols for Claws Mail mailer
claws-mail-dillo-viewer (3.5.0-2ubuntu1) [universe]
HTML viewer plugin for Claws Mail using Dillo
claws-mail-doc (3.5.0-2ubuntu1) [universe]
User documentation for Claws Mail mailer
claws-mail-extra-plugins (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
Extra plugins collection for Claws Mail mailer
claws-mail-extra-plugins-dbg (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
Debug symbols for Claws Mail Extra Plugins packages
claws-mail-feeds-reader (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
Feeds (RSS/Atom) reader plugin for Claws Mail
claws-mail-fetchinfo-plugin (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
X-FETCH headers adder for Claws Mail mailer
claws-mail-html2-viewer (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
HTML mail/attachment viewer for Claws Mail mailer
claws-mail-i18n (3.5.0-2ubuntu1) [universe]
Locale data for Claws Mail (i18n support)
claws-mail-mailmbox-plugin (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
mbox format mailboxes handler for Claws Mail mailer
claws-mail-multi-notifier (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
A variety of new mail notifiers for Claws Mail
claws-mail-newmail-plugin (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
New mail logger plugin for Claws Mail mailer
claws-mail-perl-filter (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
Message filtering plugin using perl for Claws Mail
claws-mail-pgpinline (3.5.0-2ubuntu1) [universe]
PGP/inline plugin for Claws Mail
claws-mail-pgpmime (3.5.0-2ubuntu1) [universe]
PGP/MIME plugin for Claws Mail
claws-mail-plugins (3.5.0-2ubuntu1) [universe]
Installs plugins for the Claws Mail mailer
claws-mail-smime-plugin (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
S/MIME signature/encryption handling for Claws Mail
claws-mail-spam-report (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
Spam reporting plugin for Claws Mail
claws-mail-spamassassin (3.5.0-2ubuntu1) [universe]
SpamAssassin plugin for Claws Mail
claws-mail-synce-plugin (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
Addressbook synchronization with Windows CE devices
claws-mail-themes (20070116.dfsg-1) [universe]
Pixmap icon themes for the Claws Mail mailer
claws-mail-tnef-parser (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
TNEF attachment handler for Claws Mail
claws-mail-tools (3.5.0-2ubuntu1) [universe]
Helper and utility scripts for Claws Mail mailer
claws-mail-trayicon (3.5.0-2ubuntu1) [universe]
Notification area plugin for Claws Mail
claws-mail-vcalendar-plugin (3.5.0-3ubuntu1) [universe]
vCalendar message handling plugin for Claws Mail
compface (1:1.5.2-4) [universe]
Compress/decompress images for mailheaders, user tools
cone (0.75-1) [universe]
COnsole Newsreader and Emailer
coolmail (1.3-10) [universe]
Mail notifier with 3d graphics
courier-authdaemon (0.61.0-1ubuntu1) [universe]
Courier authentication daemon
courier-authlib (0.61.0-1ubuntu1) [universe]
Courier authentication library
courier-authlib-dev (0.61.0-1ubuntu1) [universe]
Development libraries for the Courier authentication library
courier-authlib-ldap (0.61.0-1ubuntu1) [universe]
LDAP support for the Courier authentication library
courier-authlib-mysql (0.61.0-1ubuntu1) [universe]
MySQL support for the Courier authentication library
courier-authlib-pipe (0.61.0-1ubuntu1) [universe]
External authentication support for the Courier authentication library
courier-authlib-postgresql (0.61.0-1ubuntu1) [universe]
PostgreSQL support for the Courier authentication library
courier-authlib-userdb (0.61.0-1ubuntu1) [universe]
userdb support for the Courier authentication library
courier-base (0.60.0-1ubuntu2) [universe]
Courier mail server - base system
courier-faxmail (0.60.0-1ubuntu2) [universe]
Courier mail server - Fax<->mail gateway
courier-imap (4.4.0-1ubuntu2) [universe]
Courier mail server - IMAP server
courier-imap-ssl (4.4.0-1ubuntu2) [universe]
Courier mail server - IMAP over SSL
courier-ldap (0.60.0-1ubuntu2) [universe]
Courier mail server - LDAP support
courier-maildrop (0.60.0-1ubuntu2) [universe]
Courier mail server - mail delivery agent
courier-mlm (0.60.0-1ubuntu2) [universe]
Courier mail server - mailing list manager
courier-mta (0.60.0-1ubuntu2) [universe]
Courier mail server - ESMTP daemon
courier-mta-ssl (0.60.0-1ubuntu2) [universe]
Courier mail server - ESMTP over SSL
courier-pcp (0.60.0-1ubuntu2) [universe]
Courier mail server - PCP server
courier-pop (0.60.0-1ubuntu2) [universe]
Courier mail server - POP3 server
courier-pop-ssl (0.60.0-1ubuntu2) [universe]
Courier mail server - POP3 over SSL
courier-ssl (0.60.0-1ubuntu2) [universe]
Courier mail server - SSL/TLS Support
courier-webadmin (0.60.0-1ubuntu2) [universe]
Courier mail server - web-based administration frontend
courierpassd (1.1.2-1) [universe]
Change courier user passwords using poppassd interface
courierpasswd (1.1.2-1) [universe]
Authenticate courier passwords with checkpassword interface
courieruserinfo (1.1.2-1) [universe]
Retrieve courier user account information
crashmail (0.71-2) [universe]
JAM and *.MSG capable Fidonet tosser
crm114 (20080330-2) [universe]
The Controllable Regex Mutilator and Spam Filter
cyrus-admin-2.2 (2.2.13-14ubuntu2) [universe]
Cyrus mail system (administration tools)
cyrus-clients-2.2 (2.2.13-14ubuntu2) [universe]
Cyrus mail system (test clients)
cyrus-common-2.2 (2.2.13-14ubuntu2) [universe]
Cyrus mail system (common files)
cyrus-imapd-2.2 (2.2.13-14ubuntu2) [universe]
Cyrus mail system (IMAP support)
cyrus-murder-2.2 (2.2.13-14ubuntu2) [universe]
Cyrus mail system (proxies and aggregator)
cyrus-nntpd-2.2 (2.2.13-14ubuntu2) [universe]
Cyrus mail system (NNTP support)
cyrus-pop3d-2.2 (2.2.13-14ubuntu2) [universe]
Cyrus mail system (POP3 support)
dbmail (2.2.10-1build1) [universe]
base package for the dbmail email solution
dbmail-mysql (2.2.10-1build1) [universe]
MySQL module for Dbmail
dbmail-pgsql (2.2.10-1build1) [universe]
PostgreSQL module for Dbmail
dk-filter (1.0.0.dfsg-1ubuntu1) [universe]
DomainKeys for Sendmail
dkim-filter (2.6.0.dfsg-1ubuntu2) [universe]
DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) Milter implementation
dkimproxy (1.0.1-6) [universe]
an SMTP-proxy that signs and/or verifies emails, using the Mail::DKIM module
dovecot-common (1:1.1.4-0ubuntu1.2) [security]
secure mail server that supports mbox and maildir mailboxes
dovecot-dev (1:1.1.4-0ubuntu1.2) [security]
header files for the dovecot mail server
dovecot-imapd (1:1.1.4-0ubuntu1.2) [security]
secure IMAP server that supports mbox and maildir mailboxes
dovecot-pop3d (1:1.1.4-0ubuntu1.2) [security]
secure POP3 server that supports mbox and maildir mailboxes
dspam (3.6.8-8ubuntu2) [universe]
is a scalable, fast and statistical anti-spam filter
dspam-webfrontend (3.6.8-8ubuntu2) [universe]
DSPAM is a scalable and statistical anti-spam filter
ecartis (1.0.0+cvs.20030911-11) [universe]
Fast, Flexible Mailing List Manager
ecartis-cgi (1.0.0+cvs.20030911-11) [universe]
CGI front-end for Ecartis
echolot (2.1.8-6) [universe]
Pinger for anonymous remailers such as Mixmaster
elmo (1.3.0-1.2) [universe]
text-based mail-reader supporting SMTP and POP3
email-reminder (0.7.3-3) [universe]
Send event reminders by email
emil (2.1.0-beta9.dfsg-1) [universe]
Conversion Filter for Internet Messages
enemies-of-carlotta (1.2.6-1) [universe]
mailing list manager
enigmail (2:0.95.0-0ubuntu5)
Enigmail - GPG support for Thunderbird
enigmail-locale-ca (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
Catalan language package for Enigmail
enigmail-locale-cs (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
Czech language package for Enigmail
enigmail-locale-de (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
German language package for Enigmail
enigmail-locale-el (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
Greek language package for Enigmail
enigmail-locale-es-es (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
Spanish (ES) language package for Enigmail
enigmail-locale-fi (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
Finnish language package for Enigmail
enigmail-locale-fr (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
French language package for Enigmail
enigmail-locale-hu (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
Hungarian language package for Enigmail
enigmail-locale-it (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
Italian language package for Enigmail
enigmail-locale-ja (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
Japanese language package for Enigmail
enigmail-locale-nb (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
Norwegian Bokmal language package for Enigmail
enigmail-locale-pl (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
Polish language package for Enigmail
enigmail-locale-pt-br (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
Portuguese (BR) language package for Enigmail
enigmail-locale-pt-pt (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
Portuguese (PT) language package for Enigmail
enigmail-locale-ru (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
Russian language package for Enigmail
enigmail-locale-sl (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
Slovenian language package for Enigmail
enigmail-locale-sv (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
Swedish language package for Enigmail
enigmail-locale-tr-tr (0.9x-20070913-0ubuntu2) [universe]
Turkish language package for Enigmail
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Simplified Chinese (CN) language package for Enigmail
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User configurable relay-only MTA
esmtp-run (0.6.0-1) [universe]
User configurable relay-only MTA
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console mail user agent based on libEtPan!
exim4 (4.69-5ubuntu2)
meta-package to ease Exim MTA (v4) installation
exim4-base (4.69-5ubuntu2)
support files for all Exim MTA (v4) packages
exim4-config (4.69-5ubuntu2)
configuration for the Exim MTA (v4)
exim4-daemon-heavy (4.69-5ubuntu2)
Exim MTA (v4) daemon with extended features, including exiscan-acl
exim4-daemon-heavy-dbg (4.69-5ubuntu2)
debugging symbols for the Exim MTA (v4) packages
exim4-daemon-light (4.69-5ubuntu2)
lightweight Exim MTA (v4) daemon
exim4-daemon-light-dbg (4.69-5ubuntu2)
debugging symbols for the Exim MTA (v4) packages
exim4-dbg (4.69-5ubuntu2)
debugging symbols for the Exim MTA (v4) packages
exim4-dev (4.69-5ubuntu2)
header files for the Exim MTA (v4) packages
eximon4 (4.69-5ubuntu2)
monitor application for the Exim MTA (v4) (X11 interface)
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extensible X user interface for MH mail
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