Correo
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  • Correo has been discontinued
  • Developer
    Nick Kreeger
Correo is a new open-source mail client for Mac OS X. Correo blends technology from two popular Mozilla projects, Camino and Thunderbird, to create a polished native Mac application.

The second release of the Mozilla and cocoa hybrid contains many new features and upgrades from 0.1. This release is intended to give the community a preview of the native Mac OS X features that are being implemented. Included in this release are OS X features such as Keychain and Address Book support. Other new features include initial support for attachments, single-window mode, and auto-complete text
What's New
Version 0.3 introduces Leopard Support, IMAP enhancements, and character encoding fixes.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later

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Tim.dehring commented on 11 Oct 2009
I'm pretty sure this project is dead. I tried going to the site linked from here and it says the domain is for sale. Too bad; I was excited when this first came out.
[Version 0.3]

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sjk replied on 27 Oct 2009
Yup, I recently found nkreeger.com was for sale after noticing an error with the blog RSS feed.
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globetrotterdk commented on 20 Nov 2008
It has been ages since the last update. Is the project still active? I really had high hopes for this.
[Version 0.3]

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MacUpdate-Lon replied on 20 Nov 2008
Checked the developer's website, his blog states he has returned to developing Correo as of July 2008. That was some time ago now and still no update to the app. Whatever...
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Penguirl reviewed on 17 Oct 2008
Functionality is limited, as is to be expected in a 0.3 release. However, it is CPU efficient which Thunderbird cannot say, and it works with Gmail which to my knowledge no one has gotten Mulberry to do. For those reasons, Correo is my separate e-mail client for my work account. I'm looking forward to the addition of standard features in the future.
[Version 0.3]


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Tim.dehring commented on 30 Aug 2008
I'm hoping this program gets more active development. It shows great promise, and I'm all for a Cocoa-based gecko email client.
[Version 0.3]


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Paul Bowers commented on 21 Apr 2007
This latest version is MUCH improved. The ability to send attachments, the greatly improved stability of the application, and the overall look and feel, is really nice. I can tell you right now that I like this just as much as most of the other email clients out there for Mac, and am using this little application right now for my emailing needs, There may be some things that it cant do, or do as well as others right now, but give it time. I like it, alot. Thanks!.
[Version 0.2]


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kodac commented on 13 Apr 2007
Well, considering to try this out. Just wanted to mention that version .2 was just released so anyone reading these comments wouldn't think the project is dead (I just found out about it myself).
Download link seems to work fine for me, BTW...
[Version 0.2]


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aanhorn commented on 01 Feb 2007
I've been a regular Camino user for years, and always wanted the same open source flavor for my mail client, but Thunderbird, like Firefox just doesn't have the native OS X niceties I need.

Correo, at this point, is a great start, not quite ready to replace Mail.app for me yet, but I'll be keeping my eye on it.
[Version 0.1]


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OSXFactor commented on 09 Jan 2007
Great idea. I love Camino, and use Thunderbird, but wish there was a solid Cocoa alternative. If Correo can get some momentum, it could be it.

Seems to handle POP/IMAP pretty well (although my IMAP folders weren't visible until I quit/restarted the program). This is a very early release, about all you can do now is setup an account, check/read/send/mail. There are no font preferences, no search ability, no tagging options. Still for a first "proof of concept", it seems to lay a solid foundation. Can't wait to see more!
[Version 0.1]


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Nymphe commented on 09 Jan 2007
I like the icon and name :)

The interface seems clear and understandable. I couldn't test it right now, but I hope it works with different encodings -like iso-turkish for instance.

Most Mac users are using mail because of the integrity to the system. It is very difficult thing to do this and to add additional features, so that users choose correo instead of Mail.app
[Version 0.1]


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SpaceCat85 had trouble on 29 Jul 2007
This doesn't work well with my IMAP FastMail account because it only shows the inbox, whereas most of my mail is automatically filtered into separate subfolders of my Inbox that aren't showing up here.
Still, Correo is only at 0.2, and what is there already looks promising! Keep up the good work.
[Version 0.2]


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fakentrash had trouble on 13 Apr 2007
sorry . . . but it doesn't work with IMAP accounts. also after a restart. but it will be a nice mail app for me :-) see you later
[Version 0.2]

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Twistermc replied on 13 Apr 2007
Works fine with my IMAP accounts.
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Version Downloads:4,263
Type:Internet : Email
License:Free
Date:05 Dec 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Correo is a new open-source mail client for Mac OS X. Correo blends technology from two popular Mozilla projects, Camino and Thunderbird, to create a polished native Mac application.

The second release of the Mozilla and cocoa hybrid contains many new features and upgrades from 0.1. This release is intended to give the community a preview of the native Mac OS X features that are being implemented. Included in this release are OS X features such as Keychain and Address Book support. Other new features include initial support for attachments, single-window mode, and auto-complete text fields.

There are many planned features for the mail client, including plugin capability (to allow development of extensions such as PDA synchronization), tabbed window interface, address book support, keychain access, and various other to-be-determined features.


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