I decided to also use CentOS, when RedHat took ownership. so I’m learning the ropes. :-)
I have a question, are Thunderbird and evolution the only gui based email clients available for CentOS yum repos?
While I’m not sure if they’re available from the official repos, sylpheed and claws-mail are both available from 3rd party repos. (I think claws-mail, at least, is available from EPEL.)
# repoquery –repofrompath foo, https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/6/x86_64/ –repoid=foo -i –search mail
Looks like EPEL has claws and seamonkey, plus a few webmail apps.
Ownership is too strong word. Collaboration yes, sponsoring yes, vested interest yes. But not owning it.
Thanks everyone for the advice. I’m pleased claws mail is available for CentOS, I use it in fedora.
Interesting…I mainly use fedora and i was not aware of the epel repo.
Reason I used the term ownership is because “CentOS”
marks(trademarks) were transferred to RedHat. I was
referring to that.
Did not meant nothing negative.
I missed that part. Thanks for pointing this out.