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  • IndiMail

    A mailing solution. IndiMail is a mailing solution built using following packages qmail, serialmail, qmailanalog, dotforward, fastforward, daemontools, mess822, ucspi-tcp, Courier IMAP/POP3, Bogofilter - A Bayesian Spam Filter, Fetchmail, other useful utilities. IndiMail also provides Management of Virtual domains. Lot of the integration has been done by modifying some of the core components. IndiMail works on 32 / 64 bit Unix platforms.The power of IndiMail lies in the ability to distribute the users across multiple hosts in a non-proprietary, simple way. You can have multiple hosts hosting a domain placed anywhere and tied up by IndiMail. This allows you to migrate seamlessly from a proprietary solution like Lotus Notes or MS Exchange to IndiMail. Just install the proxy IMAP/POP3 and point the MX record to IndiMail.Though IndiMail uses the power of qmail, it has multiple queues (called a queue collection). The collection allows IndiMail to process a very high incoming rate of mails. The system ids, configuration files used by IndiMail are all configurable through a set of environment variables. This gives the ability of a single installation of IndiMail have a different behavior for each queue, sender, recipient, source host, destination host. What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ] · This release comes with provision to render MRTG graphs for queue status, concurrency · for various services running under tcpserver. This release also introduces a new · command vserverinfo which helps in showing all servers involved in serving a specific · email when IndiMail is configured as a large extended domain. · Following features at the tracker have been incorporated · · 2897567, 2897561, 2897560, 2897382 · Following bugs at the tracker have been fixed · · 2898949, 2897954, 2897564, 2897073

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  • Gmail-Notifier

    Cooler looking GMail notifier Gmail-Notifier is a cooler looking gmail notification client for Ubuntu 9.04+. It uses the latest Ubuntu 9.04 notification system for displaying mail notifications. The design is inspired by the the Mac OS X based gmail notification tool.The program uses the gmail atom feeds for mail notifications and provides direct links to e-mails and inbox. InstallationDownload the .deb package to your desktop and double click on it. The GDebi package installer will take over. Click the "Install Package" button to install the package.The program will be available under Applications -> Internet -> GMail Notifier menu option. Here are some key features of "Gmail-Notifier": · Mac OS X style gmail notifier. · Uses the gmail atom feed for e-mail notifications. · Uses the new Ubuntu Notification system for displaying notifications (awesome looking). · Direct access to inbox and individual e-mails. · Ability to disable notifications. · Configurable delay periods for checking new mails and mails display. · Audio notifications. · A simple update notifier. Requirements: · Python

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  • KCheckGmail

    A system tray application to notify you about how many email messages you have in your Gmail account. KCheckGmail project is a system tray application to notify you about how many email messages you have in your Gmail account. Requirements: · KDE What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ] · Fixed login procedure · Passes missing libraries to the linker

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  • GMail Backup
    GMail Backup

    Backup and restore your GMail account GMail Backup is a software that allows you to regularly backup/restore e-mails stored in the Gmail account.Reasons to backup:Outage of Google e-mail serviceIf you noticed yesterday outage of the Google e-mail service, it was an error on your side. Google had a bug in the system of contacts and it caused malfunction of the web interface of Gmail. Failure of the service lasted approximately two hours and affected mainly web interface. Users, who accessed their mailbox in alternative ways, probably did not notice any problems.This time you do not have to worry about the e-mails, the archive has not been affected by this bug. Bug was removed and Gmail is fully functioning now. Although there is no data loss, we should be careful.Why you should backup your GMail accountThere is a lot of posts around the internet which refers to the e-mail lost caused by the outage of the service provider. If you are using the GMail, you have to keep in mind that GMail is still marked as BETA (see the small notice bellow the GMail logo). Today I have found this article about the large GMail disaster. Requirements: · GMail account What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ] · We added support for German GMail - this GMail is not called GMail, it is called Google Mail. Users of German Google Mail can now do backups of their accounts using GMail Backup. · We tried to fix the UnicodeError reported here. Is there somebody using the non-ASCII labels who can test it and report the results?

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  • Address book fetching
    Address book fetching

    Address book importer script in PHP 5 Address book fetching is a PHP script that can be used to fetch the contacts from your Gmail, Yahoo! and Lycos address books automatically. Provide the username and password and you can get the address book contacts for sending mail to all / selected collegues regarding promotion of a website or any product. Requirements: · PHP Limitations: · Demo, you can use this script if you want.

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  • QGMailNotifier

    GMail notifier written in Qt4 QGMailNotifier is a a GMail notifier utility designed to provide all of the functionality that the official Windows notifier has and more.Developer commentsI love using GMail and on both Windows and MacOSX there is a wonderful simple program called Gmail Notifier. Unfortunately, there is no *nix port. To fill the gap there are a few work-alikes out there. But for me, none of them fit the bill. The closest to meeting my needs was kcheckgmail. But that one actually logs into the page and parses the data, which makes it very brittle and prone to breakage every time google updates their pages. QGMailNotifier uses the GMail RSS feed to get it's data.So, I've developed my own QT4 based notifier which works very similarly to the Windows version. I've added a few things here and there, and plan to add some cool things in the future such as: multiple account support, kde wallet support and more methods of notification.For now, it is simple and works well. I've created an ebuild for anyone who wants to try it, the only dependancy is QT >= 4.3.0.I have produced an ebuild for all you gentoo users out there. The easiest way to use it is to do the following (as root):mkdir -p /usr/local/portage/qgmailnotifier/mail-client/qgmailnotifier/cp qgmailnotifier-2008.3.ebuild /usr/local/portage/qgmailnotifier/mail-client/qgmailnotifier/echo PORTDIR_OVERLAY="${PORTDIR_OVERLAY} /usr/local/portage/qgmailnotifier" >> /etc/make.confcd /usr/local/portage/qgmailnotifier/mail-client/qgmailnotifier/ebuild qgmailnotifier-2008.3.ebuild digestACCEPT_KEYWORDS=~x86 emerge -a mail-client/qgmailnotifier Requirements: · Qt What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ] · This version fixes a minor bug that made emails with apostrophes display incorrectly in the notification.

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  • GoogleMail Sentinel
    GoogleMail Sentinel

    GoogleMail Sentinel is a mail notifier for your Gmail e-mail account. GoogleMail Sentinel is a mail notifier for your Gmail e-mail account. GoogleMail Sentinel is a mail notifier for Google Mail (Gmail) that creates an icon in your Taskbar and features popup alerts when there's new mail in your GoogleMail (Gmail) account. Installation: The typical # make % make install should work. The `make` step is needed to compile the translations. Options that modify `make install` behaviour LIBDIR The lib directory to be appended to PREFIX. Default: /lib PREFIX The installation prefix. Default: /usr/local Configuration: You need to copy the gmail-sentinel.conf.sample file to your $HOME dir and rename it .gmail-sentinel.conf The sample configuration file is well comment. An exception is the 'path' option inside the "media" section. This path should point to the directory were the media files (images) are stored. The default value should be correct for any installation using the default LIBDIR and PREFIX values. If you modify the prefix value I'm sure you have enough knowledge to modify this path to the correct value. Here are some key features of "GoogleMail Sentinel": · Written in Python · Uses gtk+ (status icon) · Uses libnotify (notifications) · Multilingual (using gettext) · Smaller memory footprint (than gmail-notify) Requirements: · Python · gtk+ · libnotify · Gmail account Limitations: · It hasn't been tested on Mac or Windows · It doesn't have a configuration GUI (this is done by design) · Pop up notifications don't have a link to open your browser to read your message What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ] · This version is a lot better than 0.1. · Gmail-sentinel has been reworked and now uses a plugin system for notifications. · A real logging system has been added. · There are new command line options; you can enter your credentials via the command line if putting them in the configuration file makes you uncomfortable. · There is some code cleanup.

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  • KGmailNotifier

    KGmailNotifier is a gmail notifier applet written for KDE using Python and PyKDE/PyQt. KGmailNotifier is a gmail notifier applet written for KDE using Python and PyKDE/PyQt. When new mail has arrived in your inbox a small window will popup, showing author and subject of the newest mail. The underlined link (in blue) will take you straight to your inbox with your preferred browser. KGmailNotifier is greatly inspired by the gmail notifier that can be found here: It also provides some additional features such as acoustic notification and support for LEDs on notebooks and multimedia keyboards. KGmailNotifier uses the gmailatom library written by Juan Grande for the original Gmail-Notifier at Sourceforge. Bug reports, critic, compliments, suggestions etc. are highly welcome.What's New in 0.3.1 Stable Release:· Fixed an encoding bug when username or password contain special characters· Added more languagesWhat's New in 0.4.0 RC2 Development Release:· Removed a string from the popup window to give translations that need it more space· Changed popup window to stay open while it has mouse focus (thanks to Joakim Andersson for the tip)· Changed popup window to show name of the sender (if available) instead of email address· Fixed more compilation errors on gcc-4.3· Fixed a configuration handling problem for the 'Don't ask again' prompts on quit· Fixed a small typo in the configuration dialog· Some code cleaning What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ] · More translation updates · Dropped unmaintained translations

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  • CheckGmail

    CheckGmail is a system tray application that checks a Gmail account for new mail. CheckGmail is an alternative Gmail Notifier for Linux and other *nix systems. CheckGmail project is fast, secure and uses minimal bandwidth via the use of Atom feeds.CheckGmail is a system tray application that checks a Gmail account for new mail. When new mail is present the tray icon changes, an optional animated popup is displayed and a tooltip displays the number and details of new messages. Configuration is GUI-based and the application is designed to be simple, elegant and unobtrusive.There are several other Gmail Notifier alternatives around (see the links section below), but all use a cumbersome method of gathering Gmail account information that basically involves loading the login page, logging in just as a web-browser would, then using Gmail's javascript interface to mine the relevant data.The advantage of this approach is that you can grab any information that you can see on the Gmail web interface. The disadvantage is that it uses heaps of bandwidth and time when typically all you want to know is whether there's new mail in your account. In comparison, the use of Atom feeds by CheckGmail is simple, straightforward and fast while still providing the details of any new mail in your inbox.The other reason for CheckGmail is security - no password information should ever be stored in plain text, yet this is exactly what at least one popular alternative does. CheckGmail provides the option of either encrypting the saved password information or - for maximum security - re-entering your password each time the application is run.If you decide to save the password, it is encrypted using a passphrase generated from machine-unique information (the eth0 MAC address and/or uname system information). Encrypting the password prevents both casual reading of plain text passwords on your machine, but more importantly allows the CheckGmail config file in your home directory to be Requirements:· Gtk2-perl· Gtk2-TrayIcon· libwww-perl· Crypt-SSLeay· Crypt-Simple· XML-SimpleWhat's New in This Release:· This version fixes compatibility with the new version of Gmail, adds a menu option to restart the application and a commandline update utility.· There's also a number of bugfixes.

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  • Cgmail

    A fresh and shiny GMail checker and notifier cGmail is a fresh and shiny GMail checker and notifier that integrates well into the GNOME desktop. cGmail is a new gmail checker for gnome desktop. It integrate well into the environment with supporting gnome keyring and dbus for notifications. Give it a try.Why it is different?I've used gmail-notify for a lot of time but gmail-notify is an old software. cGmail is a new shiny gmail notifier that integrate well into gnome desktop. cGmail will use gnome keyring to store your credentials for security enanchments instead of storing it on plain text files.cGmail use a fresh dbus notification to tell you that a new message is into your gmail inbox. Requirements: · GNOME · gtk+ · PyGTK

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