Mailspring – new version of Nylas Mail

Mailspring is an open source, cross-platform email client that is a development of the now discontinued Nylas Mail.

The Mailspring user interface is styled using CSS, which means it’s easy to modify and extend. Mailspring comes stock with a few beautiful themes.

It replaces the JavaScript sync code in Nylas Mail with a new C++ sync engine based on Mailcore2.

Features include:

  • Multiple accounts (IMAP & Office 365).
  • Touch and gesture support.
  • Advanced shortcuts.
  • Unified Inbox – supports all major mail providers—Gmail, iCloud, Office 365, Outlook.com, Yahoo!, and IMAP/SMTP.
  • Snooze emails – schedule messages so they are received at the ideal time.
  • Send Later.
  • Mail Rules.
  • Read receipts, link tracking, and more.
  • Search bar with powerful autocomplete that makes it easier to create advanced search queries. The software Indexes mail so you can use advanced, Gmail-style search queries and search message contents across all your connected accounts.
  • Templates.
  • Signature editor makes it easy to create and use custom signatures, even with images
  • Support for desktop notifications.
  • Activity tracking – know when someone has read your message.
  • Translate messages written in English into Spanish, Russian, simplified Chinese, French, and German—right inside your draft.
  • Learn all about your contacts – see LinkedIn profiles, Twitter bios, message history, and more.
  • Auto-detects the language you’re using and spell checks for that language
  • Cross-platform support – runs under Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows.

Website: getmailspring.com
Support: GitHub code repository
Developer: Ben Gotow and contributors
License: GNU GPL v3

Mailspring

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  1. Once you give them your money, you will never hear from them again — they offer NO support, which can only be gained from forums in multiple boards like reddit… Look for something else

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