sup email for HTML Mail Publisher's description
from William Morgan
sup email is a console-based email client with the best features of GMail, mutt, and emacs.
Sup is a console-based email client that combines the best features of GMail, mutt, and emacs. Sup matches the power of GMail with the speed and simplicity of a console interface.
Sup makes it easy to:
- Handle massive amounts of email.
- Mix email from different sources: mbox files (even across different machines), IMAP folders, POP accounts, and GMail accounts.
- Instantaneously search over your entire email collection. Search over body text, or use a query language to combine search predicates in any way.
- Handle multiple accounts. Replying to email sent to a particular account will use the correct SMTP server, signature, and from address.
- Add custom code to handle certain types of messages or to handle certain types of text within messages.
- Organize email with user-defined labels, automatically track recent contacts, and much more! The goal of Sup is to become the email client of choice for nerds everywhere.
- Scalability to massive amounts of email. Immediate startup and operability, regardless of how much amount of email you have.
- Immediate full-text search of your entire email archive, using the Ferret query langauge. Search over message bodies, labels, from: and to: fields, or any combination thereof.
- Thread-centrism. Operations are performed at the thread, not the message level. Entire threads are manipulated and viewed (with redundancies removed) at a time.
- Labels instead of folders. Drop that tired old metaphor and you'll see how much easier it is to organize email.
- GMail-style thread management (but better!). Archive a thread, and it will disappear from your inbox until someone replies. Kill a thread, and it will never come back to your inbox (but will still show up in searches.) Mark a thread as spam and you'll never again see it unless explicitly searching for spam.
- Console based interface. No mouse clicking required!
- Programmability. It's in Ruby. The code is good. It's easy to extend.
- Multiple buffer support. Why be limited to viewing one thread at a time?
- Tons of other little features, like automatic context-sensitive help, multi-message operations, MIME attachment viewing, recent contact list generation, etc.
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status:
Program Install Support: Install Only