Geary – send and receive email

Geary is an open source lightweight mail client for GNOME.

It offers a slim and economical user interface design to read and send email.

Geary is designed to let you read your email quickly and effortlessly. Geary’s interface is based on conversations, so you can easily read an entire discussion without having to click from message to message.

Features include:

  • Modern and straightforward interface.
  • Quick account setup.
  • Supports Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, Outlook.com, and popular IMAP servers (Dovecot, Cyrus, Zimbra, etc).
  • Mail organized by conversations.
  • Full-featured HTML mail composer.
  • Fast keyword search.
  • Sparse SQLite database for full caching of email and FTS (full text search) indexing.
  • Per-account searching.
  • Auto-saving of draft emails.
  • Desktop notification of new mail.
  • Built-in security tool.
  • Full-text search algorithm to improve the search experience.
  • Support HTML signatures.

Website: wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Geary
Support: FAQ, GitLab Code Repository
Developer: Yorba Foundation
License: GNU GPL v3

Geary

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