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Chess in a Few Bytes
Linux has a good range of extremely strong chess engines such as Stockfish, Critter, Togo II, Crafty, GNU Chess, and Komodo. The chess engines featured in this article offer no match to a good chess engine, but they show how much can be achieved with a minuscule codebase.

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ScummVM is a program which allows you to run certain classic graphical point-and-click adventure games, provided you already have their data files. The clever part about this: ScummVM just replaces the executables shipped with the game, allowing you to play them on systems for which they were never designed. Read more


  • Address Book Converter
    Address Book Converter (AB-Conv) will convert address book files between formats. Currently, it supports importing Evolution's vCard format and export to Thunderbird's LDIF format and Sunbird's vCalendar file for birthdays and anniversaries.
  • Columba
    Columba is a full-featured Java EMail-Client. It runs on every platform supporting Java.
  • DixieMail
    DixieMail is an email server which includes support for POP3, SMTP, and password daemons.
  • fetchExc
    FethExc is a utilily which retrieves mail from your MS Exchange (2000/2003) inbox and forwards it to SMTP server of your choice or mbox type file. FetchExc uses webDAV (OWA) to retrieve mail either over http or https.
  • flap
    flap is a mail user agent written in pure Java. Its main distinctive feature is mounting message folders (like POP3 or IMAP) into a virtual folder tree, just like on Unix.
  • fruMailer
    fruMailer is a cross platform MUA written in both Java and Perl. The GUI is based off of the toolbar-and-windows idea behind the GIMP.
  • GreenMail
    GreenMail is a suite of email servers for testing purposes and sandbox development. It supports SMTP, POP3, and IMAP (including SSL) and can be embedded into any Java application or unit test. The GreenMail Service (SAR) extension runs as a JBoss embedded developer mail server sandbox, manageable via JMX.
  • Ipo4ta
    Iopo4ta is a new Internet post system that combines email and Web site technologies. It overcomes limitations in the SMTP protocol by removing the need to transfer the message itself. Instead, messages stay on the sender's server until the recipient picks it up. This means that the recipient only needs to be sent a notification that contains the address of the sender and message identification data. This helps to eliminate spam and enables new and interesting features.
  • Jamm
    a web application to manage virtual email account information stored in an LDAP directory. It is meant as an administration tool for sites using mail servers, such as Postfix and Courier-IMAP, that store virtual user information in LDAP, such as OpenLDAP
  • Java E-Mail Client
    capable of supporting both the POP, IMAP2bis and IMAP4 internet mail protocols. Entirely written in Java 1.0.2, it allows you to read the mail in your 'inbox' from any Java enabled computer
  • Java Email Server
    Java Email Server is a SMTP and POP3 email server written in Java.
  • JEmailFetch
    retrieves mail from a POP3 mail server and stores it in the user's mail-spool
  • JFetch
    JFetch is an application to download your email through protocols like POP3 and IMAP. In addition to the simple feature of downloading mail, JFetch has the concept of mail filters.
  • JSpamFilter
    JSpamFilter is a Java-based TCP proxy intended for use with Internet (SMTP) mail servers. When someone tries to connect to your mail server, it compares their IP address against one or more DNS-based SPAM Blackhole lists (aka DNSBLs).
  • Klementine
    for remote mail retrieval, filtering and forwarding. Regular expressions can be applied to the mail header fields and thus characterize the messages as spam or ham. Identified spam will be deleted directly on the server. It is most useful for people retrieving their mail through dialup connections
  • Mailbox Sweeper
    Mailbox Sweeper lets you connect to your mailboxes and preview the Subject lines of the messages stored there. You then can decide to delete single/multiple selected messages or delete all messages at once. It is especially useful to completely clean out spam ridden mailboxes, deleting big attachments or to sort out unwanted emails while they are still on the server and then download only the emails you actually want to download.
  • mailhttp
    mailhttp is a JavaMail transport that allows the JavaMail API to send email via an HTTP to SMTP gateway, such as mod_sendmail, as part of the Mail Service project.
  • MrPostman
    MrPostman is an email gateway from local POP clients like Microsoft Outlook, Mozilla's mail client etc. to different web mail services like Yahoo and Hotmail.
  • MSH Autoresponder
    MSH Autoresponder is a Sendmail and Postfix milter plugin that allows you to create auto responses on the basis of configurable criteria.
  • mxHero
    mxHero is a platform for email enhancing plugins. It features attractive real-time stats, security, policy, and monitoring capabilities. Email enhancement features include support for unlimited attachment sizes.
  • Nator
    a utility that makes use of It can grab email from and mail it to your home email address and it can also create random usernames and monitor those for you
  • Newsletter Dispenser Server
    (commercial) a newsletter software created in Java. This robust newsletter server is very easy to implement and integrate into your existing systems if necessary
  • OmniBiff
    OmniBiff is an attempt at making a truly universal "biff" program, able to monitor multiple mailboxes of any type (including internet email accounts). It is written in pure Java under the GNU Public License.
  • PlexMailer
    PlexMailer is a graphical based application that provides a powerful set of tools to sort incoming mail into designated folders and protect against unsolicited emails. PlexMailer is written in Java language and is available on all platforms that supports Java Virtual Machine.
  • Polarbar Mailer
    Polarbar Mailer is a 100% pure Java email application that runs on many platforms.
  • PostArmor
    (commercial) an application that helps to keep your electronic mailbox free of unsolicited e-mail, better known as spam: it looks at the relevant parts of your email before it leaves the mail server, and lets the legitimate messages pass through undisturbed, while leaving suspect messages on the server to be reexamined later or just deleted after a while
  • sendmail-jilter
    Sendmail-Jilter is an Open Source implementation of the Sendmail milter protocol, for implementing milters in Java that can interface with the Sendmail MTA.A.
  • Solido Spam Filter
    Solido Spam Filter is a high performance, zero maintenance spam filter.
  • Spamato
    Spamato is an extendable spam filter system. Spamato is available as an add-on for Microsoft Outlook, an extension for Thunderbird and Mozilla Mail, and as a stand-alone proxy component. If you are looking for an effective client-side anti-spam solution for your desktop, than have a stab at Spamato!.
  • SpamWatch
    SpamWatch combines a simple Java WebApp with some commandline reporting tools, a backend database (MySQL), the SpamAssassin spam filter, and the Bernstein DNS-RBL server in order to produce a dynamically-updated, content-based RBL for local use.
  • StandBayeMail
    classifies all the mail coming from a POP3 server in real time, telling wether a message passing at a certain moment is spam or not. In order to do this StandBayeMail uses a pop3 proxy that applies a Bayesian algorithm on every mail coming from the server
  • SubEtha Mail
    SubEtha is a sophisticated mailing list manager, similar in many respects to the popular Mailman package. SubEtha is a three-tiered J2EE application using EJB3 and JMS. SubEtha has very easy installation on Windows and Unix platforms, a user-friendly web interface for all configuration management, virtual domains, support for users with multiple email addresses, intelligent attachment handling, configurable message processing filters, per-list role-based permissions, and more.
  • Tiger JMail
    a direct replacement for Sun's javamail, but with an LGPL license and fewer bugs. TJ works with both the Kaffe and Sun JVMs
  • tsbiff
    a Java mail notification tool. The program lurks in the background, watching your mailbox. When mail arrives tsbiff pops up a window with mail messages displayed in a table
  • WebPop
    a Java servlet allows you to read your mail box. This servlet supports Post Office Protocol (POP)
  • YaMma
    YaMma, which stands for 'Yet another Mail management application', is a Kofax application alike. YaMma enables Business Process Automation by managing the transformation and efficient exchange of business-critical information amongst people, applications and devices, allowing for a natural synergy with scanner, from simple to complex ones.

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