Jaro Mail is an integrated suite of interoperable tools for GNU/Linux and Apple/OSX to manage e-mail communication in a private and efficient way, without relying too much on on-line services, in fact encouraging users to store e-mail locally.
Rather than reinventing the wheel, Jaro Mail reuses some existing free and open source tools working since more than 10 years, generating their configurations and setting up integrations automatically.
4.214 Apr 2016 16:23
Fixes to imap folder detection, also fixing use for GMail. Password storage refactoring: updating to this release requires users to re-enter their passwords saved in the system's keyring. The old local keyring code is removed, support for the minimalist 'pass' CLI keyring is introduced. Secret-tool is now used in place of our own gnome-keyring tool when present in newer GNU/Linux distros. Minor cleanups, more keymapping beyond vim-like, to also accomodate habits of Emacs users.
4.002 Dec 2015 19:06
This release brings a refactoring of all commands for shell pipe interoperability, which also reduced the overall size of code. The user manual reflect changes and shows several examples on how to combine "search", "extract" and other commands to manage statistics, groups and addressbooks. New fetures include: revamped terminal statistics, improved abook conversion, improved secure protocol checks and locking mechanisms.
3.225 Jan 2015 16:26
New ZSh completion extension, now capable of tab-completion for addresses, maildirs and even remote imap folders. Included emlx2maildir script in extras, to import Apple/OSX mail storage into maildirs. New exclude config directive for accounts, to exclude fetching certain remote imap folders. Fixes to vcard extraction and import, filtering to priv folder and gpg email encryption. Updates to manual and commandline documentation.
3.116 Jan 2015 13:29
Fixes to locking, email fetching and anonymous mixmaster mailer. Several improvements to code readability, stability and speed using zsh builtins.
3.010 Jan 2015 09:16
New addressbook format using Abook natively for storage, improving speed and usability, with UTF-8 encapsulation support. New search engine using Notmuch instead of Mairix New usage scheme for import/export of addressbooks and advanced functionalities for email address extraction from maildirs and search results. Core refactoring and cleanup. Updates to the user manual.