Tinymail

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Tinymail
Developer(s) Philip Van Hoof
Preview release 0.0.9 / April 18, 2008 (2008-04-18)
Written in C
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Software framework
License GNU Lesser General Public License
Website http://www.tinymail.org/

Tinymail (/ˈtɪniml/ TIN-ee-mayl, as if it were "tinny mail")[citation needed] is a software framework for developing lightweight applications with e-mail functionality. It is built on Evolution's Camel library.

Released under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License, Tinymail is free software.

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Tinymail was started in 2006 by Philip Van Hoof as a lightweight alternative to the Evolution suite for low-end hardware and mobile devices. In 2007, Nokia used the Tinymail for building Modest, an e-mail client for their Internet Tablets.

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