Pine® is a tool for reading, sending, and managing electronic messages. Pine was designed by the Office of Computing & Communications at the University of Washington specifically with novice computer users in mind, but it can be tailored to accommodate the needs of "power users" as well.
A text-based email program for Unix computers (such as Dante and Homer). Also referred to as Unix-based Pine.
To run a nicely designed e-mail program
A very simple and easy-to-use electronic mail system available on Icarus and Tigger.
e-mail software accessible via telnet (open a connection at login.itd.umich.edu).
A Unix based program for managing electronic mail developed by the University of Washington.
user-friendly e-mail handler in the Unix environment
Recommended e-mail software for Unix.
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A program that enables people to use E-Mail.
a simple and forgiving e-mail application program.
A system for handling e-mail developed at the University of Washington.
Pine is a popular mail and Usenet client for Unix and Windows. Developed at the University of Washington, it offers an intuitive, easy-to-use menu interface and supports MIME, IMAP and PGP. Though it includes an extensive options list, in some cases, Pine sacrifices features for usability.
Pine Is Not Elm
One of UCI's programs for reading your mail and for accessing Usenet groups, PINE is the standard e-mail program that comes with your account. Its menus and lists of commands make it easy to use.
software used to run Travelers Mail
(Program for Internet News and E-mail) A mail user agent for reading, sending, and managing electronic messages. On-line help is always available and it includes MIME and an address book.
Pine is a powerful freeware text-based e-mail client: the University of Washington's mail user agent (Email client) its name being an acronym for: "Program for Internet News & Email" (or "PINE Is Nolonger Elm" if you so prefer.) Originally written for inexperienced users, Pine's basic features are generally very easy to use. Later versions of Pine have many advanced features including an increasing number of configuration and preference options.