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Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Intuit Mailchimp

Mailchimp manages mailing lists and creates email marketing campaigns and automations to send to customers.
Mailchimp is proprietary software and not available for Linux. What are the best free and open-source alternatives?
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Mutt – A Command Line Email Client to Send Mails from Terminal

Mutt is a command-line-based email client. It’s a very useful and powerful tool to send and read emails from the command line in Unix based systems. Mutt also supports POP and IMAP protocols for receiving mails. It opens with a coloured interface to se…

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Best Self-hosted Email Clients

In terms of UX or simplicity of use, the self-hosted email applications I’m going to list in this article are no different from others except that you can host them on your server and access them from any device. Most of them offer an easy-to-use setup so that individuals with little knowledge of email servers […]

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ClamAV 0.104 Antivirus Engine Now Comes with Official Docker Images

ClamAV 0.104 was released a few days ago with major changes and new LTS (Long Term Support) program. ClamAV is open-source cross-platform antivirus software that is used in a variety of situations including email scanning, web scanning, and endpoint se…

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Delta Chat is an Open-Source Messenger App That Uses Email

Delta Chat is a free open-source decentralized messenger that works on Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS, and Android. It is a unique messaging application that functions like any text messaging tool but is built with an email back-end, enabling enhanced user…

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Thunderbird 91 Promises New Account Setup Wizard with CalDAV Support, Encryption, and More

After Thunderbird 78 comes Thunderbird 91, probable due for release next week as part of the Mozilla Firefox 91 web browser and promising lots of enhancements, new features, and improvements to everyone’s favorite email client. The biggest change, however, is a brand new account setup wizard, and I want you to be the first to […]

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How to Send Email From the Linux Terminal

While there are plenty of ways to send email, for anyone who lives on the command line, sending email from the CLI is a big timesaver. Learn how to send email from the Linux terminal using various tools , like mail, sendmail, telnet and mutt, and add a…

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6 Best Mail Transfer Agents (MTAs) for Linux

On a network, mail clients send messages to a mail server which then routes them to the correct destinations (other clients). The mail server uses a network application called Mail Transfer Agent (MTA). Here, we take a look at the six top options.
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Email – If port 25 is blocked

If your isp blocks port 25 (it should) redirect traffic coming in on port 2525 to port 25 /sbin/iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -p tcp –dport 2525 -j REDIRECT –to-port 25 # make it so that this command runs on server boot up. if ! grep -qai 2525 /etc/rc.local; then echo ‘/sbin/iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -p tcp –dport 2525 -j REDIRECT –to-port 25’ >> /etc/rc.local fi

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