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The Best Email Client for Linux

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Linux actually has a number of email clients available, but we still have to give the "best" medal to the feature-filled, extensible Thunderbird.

Features

The Best Email Client for LinuxSupports multiple POP and IMAP accounts for all your email addresses
Easy account setup with the account wizard
Powerful, yet simple-to-use search and filtering
Saved searches
Multiple viewing options, including vertical columns
Message threading and conversation views
One-click address book adding
Attachment reminders
Tabbed message viewing
Message archiving, perfect for Gmail users
Built-in junk filtering

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