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What's a good ultra-lightweight e-mail client?

Asked by Fenris (1174points) July 19th, 2010

Preferably an IMAP4 webapp. I have an xampp server on my computer and an installer for roundcube mail, but my computer cries tears of molten blood whenever I try to run xampp’s mail server. I don’t like client-side applications because 99% of what I do with an e-mail client is reply to the two or three things in my inbox; they’re all far too full-featured for my needs. I have e-mail addresses from four places and don’t want to have to go to them all individually or use the crappy widgets provided by guggle or netvibes. So, anyone know or is hosting a good webapp?

And please, no Linux or Mac fundies.

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mrentropy's avatar

have you tried GMX?

jaytkay's avatar

The “basic HTML” version of Gmail might work.

It’s not IMAP. But once I had Gmail grabbing all my accounts’ POP mail, I never bothered to use the native interfaces.

Filters and labels let me easily see which messages belong to which account.

Gmail has three interfaces:
older version
basic HTML

Ivan's avatar

Thunderbird? Evolution?

Austinlad's avatar

Second the nomination for Thunderbird. It’s excellent.

boffin's avatar

@mrentropy I agree

For web mail and that supports POP GMX is great…

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