elm is one of the most common mail readers for unix.
To read and send e-mail if you have it installed. There are several email programs that you can use besides elm.
A popular interactive, character-mode electronic mail interface. Ishmail's file format and directory naming conventions are compatible with elm.
(ELectronic Mailer) A popular menu-driven e-mail utility from Hewlett-Packard. See PINE.
one of the Unix-based e-mail systems; the name comes from el etronic ail
A UNIX email program based on a server equivalent to Netscape mail, user agent which sends out e-mail, and stores messages for users to read, or send directly from the server.
electronic mail reader
An easy-to-use, command-driven, terminal-to-host mailer that used to be recommended for widespread use at Penn before IMAP and POP-based electronic mail systems like Eudora were available.
Elm, a text-based e-mail client commonly found on Unix systems, became popular as one of the first e-mail clients to use curses-like screen displays, and as a utility with freely-available source code. The name elm orginated from the phrase ELectronic Mail.