what are the best GUI email Clients for Linux
most Linux users access their emails via a web browser, where it’s convenient and fast when you can open your email across any device you are using. Well, there’s a big part of users who prefer using an email client as opposed to accessing their emails from a browser, Outlook is one of the most widely used email clients in Windows
in this post, we will explore some of the best GUI email clients that you can use from a Linux desktop.
Is a fast and lightweight email client based on WebKitGTK and written in Vala, which he’s initially designed for older machines running gnome 3 Desktop.
Geary is one of the email Clients that has a simple UI and fully-featured composer that will make it easy to send emails where they can be accompanied by images and links. in the setup step, Geary will allow you to add your online account from email providers like Yahoo, MailRu, and Gmail accounts.
$ sudo apt install geary [On Debian, Ubuntu and Mint] $ sudo yum install geary [On RHEL/CentOS/Fedora and Rocky Linux/AlmaLinux] $ sudo emerge -a mail-client/geary [On Gentoo Linux] $ sudo pacman -S geary [On Arch Linux] $ sudo zypper install geary [On OpenSUSE]
Thunderbird is one of the free email applications, where it’s easy to set up and customize
it provides an elegant and modern look that competes with other email clients.
Thunderbird makes email better for you and all your needs, where he’s also one of the most secure email clients with multiple features.
Thunderbird provides an address book where you can add your contacts, also you get a nifty attachment reminder that probes for the word attachment and reminds you to attach your document in case you forget.
$ sudo apt install thunderbird [On Debian, Ubuntu and Mint] $ sudo yum install thunderbird [On RHEL/CentOS/Fedora and Rocky Linux/AlmaLinux] $ sudo emerge -a mail-client/thunderbird [On Gentoo Linux] $ sudo pacman -S thunderbird [On Arch Linux] $ sudo zypper install thunderbird [On OpenSUSE]