mailer question #2

Chuck Robey chuckr at
Mon Dec 17 20:30:49 PST 2007

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Well, assuming that I can't get enigmail-seamonkey fixed up, I was wondering
if I could get a recommendation about a mailer.  This following is my list of
requirements, so please don't lets open up a mailer free-for-all (I like the
ACME mailer!) unless it has what I'm after, ok?

Seeing as I initially liked Seamonkey, it should surprise noone that I want a
graphical UI (no ascii interface, please, I don't care how much you like it)
and it works with the latest version of the gnupg port (version 2.04) and not
the older gnupg1 port, so I can use my present keys to sign/encrypt stuff.
Lastly, I has to allow for an imap interface to the mail.  That's all: GUI,
GNUpg-2.04, and IMAPv4

I didn't mean it provides the IMAPv4, I use dovecot/postfix/openssl to set up
a nicely portable system environment, just that my adding GNUpg has made
problems for myself, so I need a new mail client.

Any mailers handling those 3 requirements?
Version: GnuPG v2.0.4 (FreeBSD)
Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla -


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