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Etach - Emacs extension for MIME attachments and detachments works in RMAIL and Mail modes.
Gnus 5.x FAQ - Answers to frequently asked questions in hypertext.
Gnus Newsreader Homepage - An acronym for Gnus Network User Services, a news and mail reader with threading, ratings, self documentation.
Gnus for Mail Tutorial - Kai Grossjohann's offering to help get a new user reading mail.
Insidious Big Brother DB - An addressbook and contact management database for emacs mail and news clients.
MIME and Emacs - Multi-purpose Internet Mail Extensions(MIME) are standards for handling multimedia and non-ascii material.
MUTT with Emacs - Short guide for installation and use with emacsclient.
Mailcrypt: An Emacs/PGP Interface - Encrypt/decrypt mail with PGP 5.0 or GnuPG.
Mew - An acronym of "Messaging in the Emacs World". Runs with Unix, Windows, OS/2, and supports folders, threads, mail aliases.
Mew and BBDB - Mailer together with database for contact and address management. - An attempt to complement the existing website by offering a single entry point for other Gnus resources, Gnus and Emacs links and the Gnus tutorial project.
Reading Lotus Notes Mail Using Emacs - Use Pop3 to access the mailbox.
Rmail - The default mail reader which ships with every emacs.
Robin S. Socha's Gnus - Screenshoots, sample configuration files, tutorial, advocacy for the undecided.
Sending Authenticated Mail (rfc2554) - For smtp sessions with gnus.
Sending Mail - Gnu manual explaining the default configuration for sending mail in emacs.
Supercite User's Manual - Provides sophisticated facilities for the citing and attributing of message replies.
The Insidious Big Brother Database - The creator, JWZ, still maintains a page with interesting historical information.
The Mh-e Den - Official site of the front end to the MH mailer, at Sourceforge.
VM Homepage - The author, Kyle Jones, maintains the official page for this alternative to Gnus, Rmail, and the others.

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