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Claws Mail 3.14 Email Client Lets You Secure Passwords with a Master Passphrase

Aug 10, 2016, 07:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Marius Nestor)

Claws Mail 3.14.0 is now available as the latest and most advanced version, bringing support for securing passwords for your email accounts by using a Master Passphrase. Additionally, the password storage method has been changed and it looks like all passwords are now stored in a separate file under ~/.claws-mail/passwordstorerc, and a stronger encryption method will be used to secure them. Another interesting change in the Claws Mail 3.14.0 release is the removal of the outer scrollbar from the header area of the compose window, and the HTML to plain text converter of the Message view will now show list items with a hyphen (-), indents text within blockquotes, and adds a line break after ,.

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