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See also:
  • Emacs-w3m - A simple Emacs interface to a text-mode WWW browser.
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  • Emacs/W3 - A web browser completely written in Elisp.
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  • Etach - Emacs extension for MIME attachments and detachments works in RMAIL and Mail modes.
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  • Gnus Newsreader Homepage - An acronym for Gnus Network User Services, a news and mail reader with threading, ratings, self documentation.
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  • The Insidious Big Brother Database - The creator, JWZ, still maintains a page with interesting historical information.
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  • Insidious Big Brother DB - An addressbook and contact management database for emacs mail and news clients.
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  • Mailcrypt: An Emacs/PGP Interface - Encrypt/decrypt mail with PGP 5.0 or GnuPG.
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  • Mew - An acronym of "Messaging in the Emacs World". Runs with Unix, Windows, OS/2, and supports folders, threads, mail aliases.
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  • The Mh-e Den - Official site of the front end to the MH mailer, at Sourceforge.
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  • MUTT with Emacs - Short guide for installation and use with emacsclient.
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  • Riece - An IRC client for Emacs featuring multiple panes.
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  • Rmail - The default mail reader which ships with every emacs.
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  • Sending Mail - Gnu manual explaining the default configuration for sending mail in emacs.
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  • Supercite User's Manual - Provides sophisticated facilities for the citing and attributing of message replies.
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  • VM (View Mail) for Emacs - The up-to-date official page for this alternative to Gnus, Rmail, and the others.
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  • VM Homepage - The author, Kyle Jones, maintains the official page for this alternative to Gnus, Rmail, and the others.
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  • Wanderlust - Uses IMAP to manage and read mail, strong Japanese support.
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  • Wiki Mode - A wiki-like publishing tool and personal information manager that allows to create a wiki on local system and can publish to HTML format.
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