You can read and compose your email in Emacs, which proves that it is more than an editor. You can also read and post to usenet news groups.

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