Many thanks for the prompt replies to my question....
I am looking for a window-based IMAP/POP3 mail client to run under both
Solaris-2 and Linux. Something that looks like mailtool would be ideal. We
have Pine but the interface is keystroke-based, and it's difficult to
convince those used to mailtool to move to Pine.
Most of the replies stated Netscape. Unfortunately, I forgot to mention that
although a candidate, Netscape has a rather large executable, and takes ages
to load on relatively old Sun systems, of which we have a few in student
comp.windows.x FAQ has a list of GUI mailreaders for Unix/X-Windows.
sun has an imap mail client available for free. search around on www.sun.com
or have a look at www.imap.org.
Solaris mailtool does support IMAP.
The dtmail in CDE is derived from mailtool and it supports IMAP.
Look for xfmail. Works great. I use it everywhere.
I like the imap/pop3 client from the Univ. of Washington:
ftp://ftp.cac.washington.edu/mail/imap.tar.Z (UW Imap server)
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