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Configure hidden preferences in Claws Mail with Clawsker

I have been using Claws Mail for quite some time (I've covered Claws Mail here on Ghacks quite a bit.) What I like about Claws Mail, over nearly every other email client, is […]

Migrating your Claws Mail to a new installation

It's about that time. Ubuntu 10.4 is coming out and I am finally going to migrate my primary desktop away from Elive to Ubuntu. In this process it will be necessary to […]

Set up Claws Mail to work with Gmail

"Once more unto the breach my dear friends, once more!" I've written about Claws Mail quite a bit (see “Claws Mail: The unsung powerhouse email client“, “Claws Mail must have plugins“, “Create […]

Make Claws Mail aware when you need top or bottom posting

A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text. Q: Why is top-posting such a bad ting? A: Top posting. Q: What is the most annoying thing in […]

Customize your replies with Claws Mail Templates

Lately I have been on a roll with Claws mail (see "Claws Mail: The unsung powerhouse email client", "Claws Mail must have plugins", "Create Message Filters in Claws Mail", and "Encrypting email […]

Encrypting email in Claws Mail

YACMA (Yet Another Claws Mail Article). Recently you may have taken a look at my Claws Mail articles: "Claws Mail: The unsung powerhouse email client." and "Claws Mail: Must have plugins." Hopefully […]

Create message filters in Claws Mail

You may have read my recent article about Claws Mail ("Claws Mail: The unsung powerhouse email client."). If you've given it a try you will have noticed just how powerful that email […]

Claws Mail: Must-have plugins

My last article "Claws Mail: The unsung powerhouse email client" introduced you to an email client you probably had never heard before. If you are a power-user, you will find its many […]

Claws Mail: The unsung powerhouse email client

I have used so many email clients over the years. For the last few years my go-to email client has been Thunderbird. Lately, however, I have really been taken in by Claws […]

efail attack

OpenPGP and S/Mime vulnerability EFAIL discovered

EFAIL is the name of a new set of vulnerabilities that allow attackers to exploit issues in OpenPGP and S/Mime to gain access to encrypted messages. OpenPGP is an encryption standard that […]


Tails is a privacy focused Live operating system

I have not covered Live operating systems in a long while. These systems are usually Linux-based and allow you to boot into the system without installing software or making any changes to […]

Make Enlightenment E17 desktop aware of new applications

When you install a new application on a Linux distribution, that enjoys the Enlightenment E17 desktop, sometimes those applications will automatically add a menu entry and sometimes they won't. When an application […]

More cool gnome-shell tips and tricks

If you have been reading Ghacks within the last month, you know that I have become a big fan of what will eventually become GNOME 3. That replacement is currently under the […]

Top 5 top 5s for Linux

I've been using Linux for longer than I can remember. Over those years I have written a number of "top 5" lists for various publications. So I thought it would be fun […]

Scan your Linux machine for viruses with ClamTk

What do you mean - "scan your Linux machine for viruses"? Linux is immune to viruses right? Well...mostly. Even though a proof of concept virus has been discussed, and nothing has actually […]

Sync your Android phone with Banshee

Recently I finally managed to get rid of my iPhone for a much more Linux-geek friendly mobile - the HTC Hero. One of my issues with the iPhone was that, in order […]

Manage your E17 menus

Enlightenment E17 is one of those window managers that once you use you won't want to leave behind. Not only does it offer plenty of eye candy, it does so without sacrificing […]

Create custom desktop shortcuts in Ubuntu

Do you need your operating system to be as efficient as possible? Do you hate having to go back and forth between the mouse and the keyboard? Would you rather have a […]