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asMail is a xbiff clone, i.e. it just tells you if you got e-mai

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.

It is just a sweet little indicator that shows you if you have got mail or not.

Most important features of the current version (0.55):

  • POP3 Support
  • IMAP Support
  • Maildir Support (standard Unix mailfile)
  • Multiple mailboxes
  • Afterstep wharf



title asmail
short Mail checker
long A swallowable applet monitors your mailbox and uses animations and sounds to signal when new mail arrives. Cool replacement for biff. It is hard to imagine a Wharf without this applet.
version 2.1
platform Linux, Solaris, FreeBSD
maintainer Albert Dorofeev aka Tigr
email albert_at_tigr.net
home http://www.tigr.net/afterstep/
status Ok
notes
changes Rainer Weikusat provided a patch for serious problems with error treatment
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Ubuntu is a Linux distribution that offers an operating system predominantly focused on desktop computers but also provides support for servers. Based on Debian GNU / Linux, Ubuntu focuses on ease of use, freedom in usage restriction, regular releases (every 6 months) and ease of installation.
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