extensible mail notification daemon
  8 reviews

Mailnag is a daemon program that checks POP3 and IMAP servers for new mail. On mail arrival it performs various actions provided by plugins. Mailnag comes with a set of desktop-independent default plugins for visual/sound notifications, script execution etc. and can be extended with additional plugins easily.
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Jacob 6 months ago

Works fine in Mint 11.2 Victoria, and it's as simple as you would expect. Just add your email accounts, and you're fine! The program sits in the tray and shows basic notifications whenever new messages are to be viewed with your Thunderbird or whatever. There's basically no integration though.. I'd expect those notifications to open the default email client, which they don't. And importing accounts and passwords from Thunderbird and Evolution would also be handy... So I'm rating is 4, but nevertheless, it's very useful!

Rebel450 1 year ago

Works fine on 20.3 Una Ci, even with Gmail and iCloud accounts. (For the complaints below: RTFM !!!)

FoxiMaxi 4 years ago

Doesn't work with GMail or Outlook. (It still doesn't work for me... Keeps saying, "Connection failed" -- on clicking "Folders (optional)" button.) I did what you wrote but still...

Knezev87 4 years ago only i know this for mail notification, you need to install mailnag sudo apt install mailnag. Work well

Thales87 6 years ago

To deserve maximum note, there was only a lack of available in the repository the notification packets for other graphical environments besides GNOME

marksule 6 years ago

Mukodik, aki egy olyan programot keresett, hogy az eppen erkezo levelerol szeretne ertesitest kapni, annak ajanlom. De aki nem ul tul sokat a pc-je elott, annak az okostelefon nagyobb segitseg lehet.

bfrost 6 years ago

Great, score 5

zboraon 7 years ago

It works, no problem.