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I love Mutt and have been using it for years. A funny thing happened when I switched to startmail as my mail provider, I emailed their tech support and asked if they had any documentation on how to configure the .muttrc file, as I could not find any documentation for Mutt on their website. The tech responded that instructions for configuring Evolution via the command line were on their website. (I could find no such CLI Evolution instructions on the startmail website, but that is beside the point.) I wrote back and politely asked if she could send my ticket to someone with a bit more nix experience. She took the request well and forwarded my ticket on. The next day their tier 2 support contacted me and wrote, I quote, "We all use Mutt too. Here is how I have my file configured." (By we all, I am guessing he meant the tier 2 support folks.) See More
For users who use vim and other tools with vi-like keybindings will find themselves right at home with mutt. It uses some keybindings that are similar to vi. You can also set different keybindings and configure them in whichever way you are most comfortable. See More
Using a single inbox for all of your email accounts helps you get more done in less time. Mailspring supports every major mail provider—Gmail, iCloud, Office 365, Outlook.com, Yahoo!, and IMAP/SMTP—so you have a single, streamlined command center for all your messages. See More
It uses SQLite DB for storing email messages from all accounts in one single DB file. This makes it portable as in you can just copy one SQLite DB file and move your offline mail content to another PC/location. Also, one SQLite DB file for all messages means it is incredibly fast. See More
Simple, terminal based and without many dependencies See More