Mail client like mulberry

Paul Schmehl pauls at
Wed Apr 4 20:35:59 UTC 2007

--On Tuesday, March 14, 2006 19:40:20 +0100 Benjamin Lutz 
<benlutz at> wrote:

> On Tuesday 14 March 2006 18:15, Paul Schmehl wrote:
>> > What does this "New Messages" feature do?
>> It's like Favorites, except it only displays folders that have new
>> messages in them.  I have so many folders that it's a real PITA to have
>> to scroll through 20 that have no new messages in them just to get to 10
>> that do.
>> It also needs to be SMIME/PGP aware and handle IMAP gracefully (according
>> to the RFCs, not like MS crap.)
> How about KMail then. It's SMIME/PGP implementation is very good (and it
> renders signed content very nicely too imo) and works great with IMAP. It
> can  be comfortably used with the keyboard only (much more so than, say,
> Thunderbird).
> It doesn't filter folders, however it has a "Next Unread Folder" command,
> which makes it directly switch to the next folder with unread messages in
> it.
I guess I missed the OP, but why not use mulberry?  It's in ports, and it's 
free now.  It works fine - look at my headers.  :-)  (Soon it will be open 
source as well.)

Paul Schmehl (pauls at
Senior Information Security Analyst
The University of Texas at Dallas

More information about the freebsd-questions mailing list