WMail – The Desktop Client for Google Inbox and GMail

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WMail is a desktop client for Google Inbox and Gmail.

With WMail, GMail can be accessed without logging in through Web Browser. Using WMail, multiple mail accounts can be accessed which is a productivity boost for users. The application is free and open-source and available for Linux systems.

Here are some quick features of WMail

  • Multiple Account Access
  • Cross Platform Support
  • Desktop Notifications – WMail keeps you posted on the arrival of new mails or messages in the Google accounts that are signed on the Desktop at that moment of time
  • Unread Badges – It can show the status of Inbox with unread message counts
  • Tray Access – Keeps you posted on the status of your GMail Inbox by giving the brief overview of the unread messages and adding them on the tray.
  • Spell Checking & Corrections – 43 dictionaries are available on the WMail Desktop client to correct the languages typed in including the corrections and suggestions in multiple languages at once.
  • Keyboard Shortcuts and integrations – All the usual keyboard shortcuts are available in WMail.

WMail recently lands a major release version 2.0.0 with 200+ changes. You can find the details in the change log here.

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How to Install

To install Wmail 2.0.0 in Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus, 16.10 Yakkety Yak, Linux Mint and other Ubuntu derivatives, follow below commands:

wget https://github.com/Thomas101/wmail/releases/download/v2.0.0/WMail_2_0_0_linux_x86_64.deb
sudo gdebi WMail_2_0_0_linux_x86_64.deb

After installation, you can find it under application menu.

You need to login for the first time using Google account which can launched via Add Mail box menu and follow onscreen instructions.
You can report any bugs if WMail @ GitHub.


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