LinuxPlanet: And To Think That I Saw It On The Mulberry E-Mail Client
Jan 19, 2001, 16:48 (4 Talkback[s])
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"Despite these issues, I found Mulberry for UNIX to be a fairly
robust and tidy e-mail app. Controls were intuitive, with just
enough graphics on them to be informative without being goofy.
Mailbox setup could handle IMAP, POP, and local mail servers,
depending on what you need."
"Security-minded users will like the SSL transport-layer
security encryption capability Mulberry has with any
SSL/TLS-compatible IMAP or POP server, as well as the PGP
encryption plug-in you can purchase separately."
"Mulberry has its own address book, which was nicely integrated
with the rest of the client. And not only were signature files
accessible (a common requirement these days), but you can also
customize your Reply-to header."