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KMail – A Different Kind Of Email Client For KDE

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If you’ve been following the pretty intense battles between the many different browsers, as well as the subtle but still important operating system battles, you’ll know that people are definitely scattered all over the place with their favorite choices. Email clients aren’t any exception either, as you’ll find people use various tools to manage their email, the two most popular being the Gmail website and the Thunderbird desktop app.

Today we’ll be looking at a top KDE choice that has plenty to offer for those of you who crave some power and control over their applications.

KMail is the default email client of the KDE desktop environment, which is available on a number of platforms, although primarily known for being on Linux. KMail ties into the KDE PIM suite, or KDE Personal Information Management suite, which is a collection of different programs, including KMail, personal organizers, and more.

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