Tinymail (/ˈtɪnimeɪl/ TIN-ee-mayl, as if it were "tinny mail") 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.
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.