Geary – Lightweight email reader for the GNOME desktop

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In 2011 Yorba broke ground on a new email application for the GNOME desktop. Codenamed Geary, Yorba plans to bring to the open source community a new lightweight, easy-to-use, feature-rich email client. Our long-term vision for Geary is an email client built for daily use that can be used in place of or alongside Web-based email services. Features we're planning include:

Full IMAP support, making email synchronization a breeze

Tight integration with popular Web mail services, including Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, and Mobile Me

Full-featured WYSIWYG editor for composing emails

Threaded / conversation views

Lightning fast as-you-type email search

Desktop notification of new email

Support for multiple email accounts

Offline mode

Full support for popular IMAP servers, including Dovecot

Install geary in ubuntu 12.04(precise)

Open the terminal and run the following commands

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:yorba/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install geary

Geary 0.1 does not support multiple email accounts so if you want to add new email accounts.

The email account info is stored in ~/.local/share/geary/{yourEmailAddress}

You can reset Geary by deleting all of the files and folders inside of ~/.local/share/geary

Other preferences stored in GSettings. You should not need to edit these manually, but the dconf editor can change these settings on most systems.

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