small e-mail program targetting hardware with modest resources
Modest is a lightweight, fully-featured e-mail client optimized for
hardware with limited resources, such as low-end PCs or mobile devices
like the Nokia N800/N810 Internet Tablets. It is built on top of
Tinymail, a framework for developing mobile applications with e-mail
functionality, specially designed to be fast and resource saving.
Although the main target of Modest are devices with low resources, it
can be used as desktop e-mail client as well. This is possible because
it was designed on top of both the Maemo platform and the GNOME Mobile
This package contains the e-mail client for osso.
"modest" is a modest e-mail program, based on Philip van Hoof's *tinymail*.
tinymail is an effort to ease the writing of email programs, in particular
for small devices.
And while tinymail can support just about anything, we are using it's
*libcamel* backend for mail protocol implementation.
More about camel: http://go-evolution.org/Camel
More about tinymail: https://svn.cronos.b
- Fixes in search, settings and localisation
- Many stability and performance related issues fixed
- fixes for some rare crashes
- SMTP server related fixes
- a couple of send and receive related issues fixed
- a couple of rare hangs / crashes fixed
- some more low-memory fixes
- many small UI issues were fixed
- a couple of rare hangs
modest(1) User Manuals modest(1)
modest - The Modest Mail User Agent
Modest is a graphical e-mail program, targetting resource-
constrained environments, such as older PCs and internet
tablets. It aims to be easy to use and provide a complete e-
mail experience, whi
modest (3.90.4-2) unstable; urgency=low
* debian/update-patches.mk: Add -N option to git format-p
* Look into packaging tinymail mozembed UI
* Look into packaging hildon-notify
* Look into pack
modest is an e-mail client for platforms with modest resources.
git snapshots (upstream versions wi
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