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Mockup: Mail Notifier


KDE Improvement

Score 45%
Link:  http://www.linuxp2p.com/
Downloads:  2949
Submitted:  Nov 6 2005


For screenshot, look at the download.

I amm usually always busy, and never see my desktop. I have a SuperKaramba theme there that shows how many new emails I got.
It is not very useful when I hardly ever see it. I often forget to check my mail, and occasionally, there is mail there I need to answer pretty quickly.

I got this idea:
A KDE system tray applet that pops up a small notification whenever you get a new mail.
Functions I think would be cool to include:
- New mail notification *
- New mail amount *
- POP Support *
- IMAP support
- Support for many mail clients, such as Thunderbird, KMail, and perhaps web browsers for those that have webmail and pop/imap. Support meaning that you can click that mail clien's icon or name on the notification and it starts.
- Themability, so the icon in the system tray and the notification can look however the user wants them to look.

Functions marked with * should be mandatorily included, the rest are not that important, and can be excluded.

I hope someone who can code (unlike me) picks up on the idea and makes it a reality. I'm sure it would get popular, and would be pretty useful.

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 by janet on: Jan 29 2006
Score 50%

A ticker that shows the headers of the newly downloaded mails would be nice - like in The Bat! and FoxMail for Windows. It seems there's not one Linux program that has such a feature.

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 by tbd on: Dec 21 2007
Score 50%
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I'm almost sure you would be interested in having a look at this: http://www.nongnu.org/mailnotify/ It is in Debian as the mail-notification package. The problem I have found is that it does not recognise the way that kmail tags mails in the maildir format. If it could, it were just perfect for me.

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