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August 18, 2010 / Tobias Mann

How To Install & Use GeeMail In Ubuntu

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In this Ubuntu Video Tutorial we will be looking at installing and using GeeMail, an Adobe Air Gmail Client. It is a simple conversion of the Gmail Web Interface and an Adobe air application. It is a great idea if you don’t have the time to configure your account in Evolution or Thunderbird but would like the few clicks offered by a client. While I prefer prism, GeeMail offers you a great deal off control that you may find lacking in Evolution. Its components are designed to be feature contentious so gmail features should be available in the client. It was a fairly simple install of the application, this tutorial was conducted on a 32bit system and requires you to have installed Adobe Air already. For this tutorial you will need this link to install GeeMail,



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  1. Shijith T / Aug 18 2010 9:03 pm

    nice app. Is adobe air proprietary ?

    • technologyunit / Aug 18 2010 11:18 pm

      Yes Adobe Air is proprietary but it is freeware. Glad to hear from you Shijith hope you are feeling better. Check out my post on tweetdeck as well.

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