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Mailnag GNOME3 email notifier

Mailnag is an email notifier for GNOME 3. The application makes use of the GNOME 3 notifications system and works with both POP3 and IMAP servers (this includes Gmail).

Besides new mail notifications, Mailnag can also execute a command or a script on mail check or on mail arrival, can open new emails in your preferred email client and more. We've actually written about Mailnag before, but starting today, Mailnag is available in the WebUpd8 GNOME3 PPA so it's now even easier to install in Ubuntu. Mailnag now has its own official PPA - add it and install Mailnag using the following commands:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/gnome3
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install mailnag


Mailnag

Once installed, launch the Mailnag Configuration dialog, enter your account details and that's it. Mailnag should now automatically start each time you log in (this can be disabled from the Mailnag Configuration).

To use Mailnag with Gmail, in the new account configuration enter "imap.gmail.com" for the server, leave the "Port" field empty and check the "IMAP" box. In newer Mailnag versions, also make sure the “Enable SSL Encryption” box is checked under your account settings.

For help with the Mailnag translations, bugs, etc., see Mailnag @ Github.
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