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Android email client, similar to Thunderbird

K-9 mail is what I would personally suggest. I've not used it myself, but it's very popular among the open-source community because it's one of the few options on Android that properly supports plain-...
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Email client that handles arbitrary addresses

I think that the well-known Thunderbird is a good solution for these requirements. Thunderbird is Free Open-Source Software and available for Windows, OS X, Linux, BSD etc. One-click or shortcut key &...
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Windows free email client which can change custom fonts

Thunderbird, which is available for Windows, OS X and Linux, is free software and you can set the default font settings in the settings like here: You can also disallow messages to use other fonts, ...
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Email client with setting sync

Syncing in both directions is one of the key features of the IMAP protocol for arbitrary folders. For example in Thunderbird you can additionally define the synchronization options per account and ...
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Free, portable, Windows email client with auto-correct spelling

Portable Apps has a portable version of Thunderbird that should do the job nicely. Gratis - Yes Windows (10) - Yes & 7/8 Support Multiple email addresses/accounts - Yes Plays well with GMail and ...
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Need replacement for Windows Live Mail

I have been using Mozilla's Thunderbird email client for years. It works quite happily on Windows 10, running different accounts connecting to various servers, POP3 and IMAP. The range of features ...
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A mail client like Windows 10 Mail for all operating systems

Nylas N1 is the extensible, open source mail app. It has a Dark Mode built in, a "Two Panel" layout and is extensible. It runs on Windows, OS X, Linux (.deb and .rpm) available. The messages are ...
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A mail client like Windows 10 Mail for all operating systems

You could try Thunderbird in the "Vertical View" Mode - I have mine set to a dark theme but there are lots available. Free, Gratis & Open Source Cross Platform OS-X, Windows & Linux ...
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Free webmail server application to monitor multiple IMAP accounts

OwnCloud has a plugin called Mail which provides a web-interface to multiple IMAP accounts. It's far from perfect in its current state (issues with formatting when replying/forwarding), and it locks ...
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Desktop email client similar to Inbox by Google?

The cleanest and simplest Windows mail client I know is actually the "Mail" app that comes free with Windows 10. It can be used to connect to a variety of email server services. I'm showing it ...
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A Good Alternative for Gmail Offline?

Can I suggest taking a look at MailPile - it is early days yet but looks promising. Free, Gratis & Completely Open Source Cross Platform Is obviously compatible with Gmail (I know most are, but ...
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Is there a good email client that runs on both Windows and Linux?

Although this thread is old, I am surprised nobody has mentioned Sylpheed Mail as the answer. Sylpheed Mail: (+) Runs on Windows and Linux. (+) Has a track record of several years (+) GUI access to ...
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Leave gmail to a desktop client

Since you have mentioned that "Thunderbird" was slow, I have used "Mailspring" It is lightweight, good looking, has calendar Integration support and you can personalise the tool up-to a certain level....
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Email client for visually impaired on Windows 10

Thunderbird is no perfect choice either, but it offers some accessibility features out of the box. I can't test it on Windows, but it should all lead to similar results. Increasing the font size: ...
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What are some good Windows email clients?

BlueMail: free for personal use, proprietary and support for any protocol, offline-use, nice UI, multi-account support; excluding Thunderbird import (which is not listed in its feature page, but it ...
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email client with snooze functionality

It looks like updates to mailmindr are now being posted to the official website. See here: https://twitter.com/mailmindr/status/1122932917334892545 And here: https://mailmindr.net/en/download.html
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Any eMail client for Android with good signatures (bottom text) management?

I use Nine Folders and find it is very feature rich. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ninefolders.hd3
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Any eMail client for Android with good signatures (bottom text) management?

As mentioned by @Crivens, Samsung EMAIL is a very decent mail client on the Play Store. It has all options of a good client except the Archive gesture (achieved with swipe & move). It has a very ...
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Any eMail client for Android with good signatures (bottom text) management?

With MailDroid you can technically do it. Though they don't have everything supported in their own Signature editor, they allow you to add Raw HTML code as a signature! That virtually allows you to ...
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Alternative for Thunderbird for Linux

Mailspring is a fine solution too.
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Email client which does not download copies of emails to my local machine

If you change your ThunderBird account settings you can turn off the downloading of messages to the local machine: If you wish to get rid of the messages on your current machine: Make a note of all ...
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Email client for Linux Mint

maybe you want to try evolution with some of it's plugins (evolution-plugins), but especially with mail-notification-evolution or evolution-indicator (depending on your desktop environment) installed, ...
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Email client for Linux Mint

I think that Geary fits the bill https://mintguide.org/internet/349-geary-email-client-with-easy-interface-on-linux-mint.html Desktop notification of new mail
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Mail client to dump 50GB of e-mails for archive purposes

You can do the same without any email client. I have experienced lagging and other issues with Outlook. Mail Clients often skip the attachments and the contents of the original message. That results ...
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Mail client to dump 50GB of e-mails for archive purposes

Personally I would look at using python and either its built in email library or the gmail api. This would have a number of advantages: Free, gratis & open source Cross platform Windows, Linux &...
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Mail client to dump 50GB of e-mails for archive purposes

If you can get your mailbox into an MS Outlook PST format on your local machine, X1 Search, http://www.x1.com/, works well locally. I am using it to manage my current slice of mail, going back to 2008,...
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Easy to use software for email encryption that has manual key management

I'd like to recommend GPG4Win. It's an open source software that run's on Microsoft Windows. It contains a tool called Kleopatra which provides a really nice GUI interface for managing keys. It doesn'...
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A good alternative to Opera 12.17? (with web browsing and native email client)

When I see a question about tight integration of browser and email client, the solution that immediately springs to mind is Seamonkey: Web-browser, advanced e-mail, newsgroup and feed client, IRC ...
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Windows email client with dark theme

Windows Mail (not Outlook) has a nice dark theme.
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