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Apr 18, 1999, 18:33 (0 Talkback[s])
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"... are there any graphical e-mail clients for Linux/UNIX workstations? The answer is yes..."

"Arrow is a full-featured, graphical e-mail client for GNU/Linux and the X Window System... features... include sharing the address book format with Pine, POP server access, rearranging messages via drag-and-drop, and full PGP support...'

"Postilion... is one of the most completely developed mail clients. Postilion is based on the popular TkRat [BSD type] mail user agent..."

"XFMail... supports many of the features common to e-mail clients. Some of the new features of version 1.3 include multi-account mail retrieving, multiple IMAP servers, a preview pane, PGP 5.0 support, and URL highlighting..."

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