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gnubiff - a mail notification program supporting GTK+ and GNOME
gnubiff is a mail notification program that checks for mail, displays
headers when new mail has arrived and allow to read first lines of new
messages. It relies on the GNOME and GTK libraries but can be compiled
and used with or without GNOME support. Supported protocols are pop3,
apop, imap4, mh, qmail and mailfile. Furthermore, gnubiff is fully
configurable with a lot of options like polltime, poptime, sounds, mail
reader, mailbox names, etc. and can also filter spam. Note that
gnubiff is not a mail reader even if it offers the possibility of
reading very first lines of new messages. If you send some requests for
specific features to be implemented, keep that in mind!
gnubiff accepts the following command line options:
-c filename, --config filename |
Use the specified file as configuration file (default is ~/.gnubiffrc)
-n, --noconfigure |
Skip the configure process
Start gnubiff without GUI
Start gnubiff in the system tray
-?, --help ||
Show summary of options
-v, --version |
Print version information
user specific options file
More documentation about gnubiff can be found in the info pages with the command
gnubiff was developed by Nicolas Rougier
<Nicolas.Rougier@loria.fr> and is currently maintained by Robert Sowada
<email@example.com>. This manpage was written by Roland Stigge
<firstname.lastname@example.org> for Debian. It can be used elsewhere, of course.
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