These plugins are included in the Claws Mail source package, which can be
This plugin enables mail notification via LEDs on some laptops (Acer, ASUS, Fujitsu, IBM).
Keeps all recipient addresses in a designated addressbook folder.
This plugin lets you remove attachments from emails.
Warns when the user composes a message mentioning an attachment in the message body without attaching any files to the message.
Enables the scanning of incoming mail received from a POP, IMAP, or LOCAL account using Bogofilter. It can optionally delete mail identified as spam or save it to a designated folder. Bogofilter is a pure Bayesian filter, therefore it has better speed performance than SpamAssassin but might catch less spam. Bogofilter is available from http://bogofilter.sourceforge.net/
Check all messages that are received from an IMAP, LOCAL or POP account for spam using Bsfilter.
This plugin scans all messages that are received from an IMAP, LOCAL or POP account using clamd (Clam AV).
Renders HTML e-mail using the WebKit library
This plugin inserts headers containing some download information: UIDL, Claws' account name, POP server, user ID and retrieval time.
This plugin provides an interface to Google services. Currently, the only implemented functionality is to include Google Contacts in the Tab-address completion.
This plugin provides GeoLocation functionality.
Displays libravatar/gravatar profiles' images or a dynamically generated or predefined alternative. Libravatar federated user domains are also supported.
This plugin adds archiving features to Claws Mail.
This plugin handles mailboxes in mbox format.
This plugin lets you manage Sieve filters on servers that support the ManageSieve protocol.
This plugin writes a msg header summary to a log file, (Default: ~/Mail/NewLog), on arrival of new mail after
This plugin provides various ways to notify the user of new and unread email.
This plugin enables the viewing of PDF and PostScript attachments using the Poppler library and GhostScript.
This plugin is intended to extend the filtering possibilities of Claws Mail. It provides a Perl interface to Claws Mail's filtering mechanism, allowing the use of full Perl power in email filters.
Handles core PGP functions and is a dependency of both the PGP/Inline and PGP/MIME plugins. Requires GnuPG and GPGME: http://www.gnupg.org/gpgme.html
Handles PGP/Inline signed and/or encrypted mails. You can decrypt mails, verify signatures or sign and encrypt your own mails. Requires GnuPG and GPGME: http://www.gnupg.org/gpgme.html
Handles PGP/MIME signed and/or encrypted mails.You can decrypt mails, verify signatures or sign and encrypt your own mails. Requires GnuPG and GPGME: http://www.gnupg.org/gpgme.html
This plugin provides Python integration features.
This plugin allows you to read your favourite newsfeeds in Claws. RSS 1.0, 2.0 and Atom feeds are currently supported.
This plugin handles S/MIME signed and/or encrypted mails. You can decrypt mails, verify signatures or sign and encrypt your own mails.
Enables the scanning of incoming mail received from a POP, IMAP, or LOCAL account using SpamAssassin. It can optionally delete mail identified as spam or save it to a designated folder, and also can be used to train a local SpamAssassin (or a remote one if SpamAssassin >= 3.1 is installed both locally and remotely). According to your SpamAssassin server configuration, it can show worse performance than Bogofilter, (slower, eating more CPU), but can catch spam with better accuracy. SpamAssassin is available from http://spamassassin.apache.org/
This plugin reports spam to various places.
This plugin enables reading application/ms-tnef attachments.
This plugin enables vCalendar message handling like that produced by Evolution or Outlook, and handles webCal subscriptions. It provides a personal calendar and public calendar import