Trojitá, a fast Qt IMAP e-mail client
Our mission is to deliver an application which:
- Enables you to access your mail anytime, anywhere.
- Does not slow you down. If we can improve the productivity of an e-mail user, we better do.
- Respects open standards and facilitate modern technologies. We value the vendor-neutrality that IMAP
provides and are committed to be as interoperable as possible.
- Is efficient — be it at conserving the network bandwidth, keeping memory use at a reasonable level or not
hogging the system's CPU.
- Can be used on many platforms. One UI is not enough for everyone, but our IMAP core works fine on anything
from desktop computers to cell phones and big ERP systems.
- Plays well with the rest of the ecosystem. We don't like reinventing wheels, but when the existing wheels
quite don't fit the tracks, we're not afraid of making them work.
Please see the download page for details about how to get Trojitá.
The most comprehensive reading about trojita is undoubtly Jan's Msc. thesis. It discusses design of the application and provides a comparison with various other mail user agents.
A series of blog posts about Trojitá might provide an interesting insight into its background, too.
Bug tracking happens in KDE Bugzilla (see list of open bugreports).
If you encounter any problem in Trojitá, please file a bug. Wishlist items belong to the same place.
Previously, Trojitá was using Redmine for bug tracking, and some of the bugs are still tracked in the old tracker.
Trojitá's IRC channel #trojita (connect from
browser) is hosted on Freenode network.
There's a mailing list at firstname.lastname@example.org, archived by
GMane. To subscribe, write a mail to email@example.com, posts from addresses which are not
subscribed have to wait for moderation. The issue tracker or the mailing list is the preferred way for reporting bugs and requesting features, while the IRC channel works well
for general questions.