Pine is a program used for reading, sending, and managing electronic messages, designed at the University of Washington, specifically with novice computer users in mind, but it can be tailored to accommodate the needs of "power users" as well. Versions of Pine are available for various flavors of Unix as well as for personal computers running a Microsoft operating system. Pine supports IMAP4, POP3, NNTP, LDAP, ESMTP, SSL, S/MIME and MIME. Pine also includes basic filtering, scoring, roles and hooks for folders that allow you to manage your e-mail more efficiently.
Alpine Information Center
This project is the continuation of the Pine project under a new license.
Pine Information Center
Official web page about this mail program by Computing and Communications at the University of Washington.
Gopi Sundaram's comp.mail.pine FAQ
A collection of answers to questions that appear frequently in comp.mail.pine.
Nancy McGough's Page on Pine
Information about configuring Pine. Includes a list of links to resources about Pine.
OpenSSL Configuration for Pine
Help on how to configure Pine to be used with OpenSSL.
Patches for Pine and Alpine
Patches to add features or remove bugs in both Pine and Alpine.
Patches for Pine by Ryan Barret
A collection of patches to enhance Pine.
A filter that allows you to use Pine in conjunction with GPG.
Pine for OpenVMS
A port of Pine for OpenVMS.
Pine on Mac OS X
Notes on building and running pine under Mac OS X.
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Last update:September 8, 2013 at 9:15:08 UTC