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Manitou-Mail is distributed under the GNU General Public License, version 2.

The current release is numbered 1.6.0 (released: March 20, 2017). What's new?

Manitou-Mail has three components that may be installed together or on separate machines:

The user interface and manitou-mdx can be uninstalled without losing any data, since all the data is stored in the database.

For Debian/Ubuntu, amd64 packages can be installed from our APT repository. To enable it, create /etc/apt/sources.list.d/manitou.list by running this command:

$ sudo sh -c 'echo "deb http://manitou-mail.org/apt/" $(lsb_release -cs) "main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/manitou.list'

Packages are signed with a key that must be downloaded and added to APT's keyring with the following commands:

$ wget http://manitou-mail.org/download/5D414B77.asc
$ sudo apt-key add 5D414B77.asc

Then the list of packages must be refreshed with:

$ sudo apt-get update

Finally the packages can be installed with:

$ sudo apt-get install manitou-mdx    # for the mail-database exchanger
$ sudo apt-get install manitou-ui     # for the user interface

Current version (1.6.0)

Source code

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User interface - Includes help files manitou-ui-1.6.0.tar.gz 1.5 MB
Perl mail-database exchanger manitou-mdx-1.6.0.tar.gz 90 KB

Win32 installer

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User interface (Win32) Manitou-Installer-1.6.0.exe 28 MB

MacOS X application bundle

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User interface (macOS) manitou-ui-1.6.0.dmg 36 MB

Previous version (1.5.0)

Source code

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User interface - Includes help files manitou-ui-1.5.0.tar.gz 1.4 MB
Perl mail-database exchanger manitou-mdx-1.5.0.tar.gz 86 KB

Win32 installer

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User interface (Win32) Manitou-Installer-1.5.0.exe 19 MB

MacOS X application bundle

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User interface (MacOS X) manitou-ui-1.5.0.dmg 29 MB

The documentation is available in the user interface source tarball and binary packages, as well as online.

The latest updates to the source code are available at github.com: desktop interface and server-side components.