Package Details: mailspring 1.9.2-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/mailspring.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: mailspring
Description: A beautiful, fast and maintained fork of Nylas Mail by one of the original authors.
Upstream URL: https://getmailspring.com/
Keywords: email mail multiple-accounts nylas
Licenses: custom: GPL3 and (C) 2016-2019 Foundry 376, LLC.
Submitter: jnylen
Maintainer: slondr (mandeepsan)
Last Packager: slondr
Votes: 185
Popularity: 7.94
First Submitted: 2017-10-06 10:00
Last Updated: 2021-09-16 21:01

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FabioLolix commented on 2021-02-08 20:46

A welcoming news https://community.getmailspring.com/t/a-free-open-source-future-for-mailspring/484

wcasanova commented on 2021-01-20 12:22

@Archange https://community.getmailspring.com/t/mailspring-without-mailspring-id/64

Mailspring stores your mail credentials securely on your machine in the keychain / keyring, and does not send your email credentials to the cloud. All email sync is done on your computer.

https://github.com/Foundry376/Mailspring/blob/master/ROADMAP.md#why-is-mailsync-closed-source

sachmalh commented on 2021-01-20 12:14

basically change

pkgver=1.8.0

and

sha256sums_x86_64=('06dcd870737ceea1fbb371a206bb037e6bb2f6fdb176109e49286ef3e4fd4f71')

sachmalh commented on 2021-01-20 12:09

change your pkgbuild as follows

Maintainer: Eric S. Londres ericlondres@protonmail.com
Contributor: Joakim Nylén me@jnylen.nu
Contributor: Rashintha Maduneth rashinthamaduneth@gmail.com
Contributor: Dhananjay Balan mail@dbalan.in
Contributor: ahrs

pkgname=mailspring pkgver=1.8.0 pkgrel=1 pkgdesc="A beautiful, fast and maintained fork of Nylas Mail by one of the original authors." arch=('x86_64') license=('custom: GPL3 and (C) 2016-2019 Foundry 376, LLC.') url="https://getmailspring.com/" options=('!strip')

source=()

source_x86_64=("https://github.com/Foundry376/Mailspring/releases/download/${pkgver}/mailspring-${pkgver}-amd64.deb") sha256sums_x86_64=('06dcd870737ceea1fbb371a206bb037e6bb2f6fdb176109e49286ef3e4fd4f71')

depends=("libxss" "libtool" "c-ares" "ctemplate" "tidy" "libxkbfile" "libsecret" "gtk3" "nss" "libglvnd")

optdepends=('libappindicator-gtk3: for system tray support' "libgnome-keyring: keyrings" "gnome-keyring: keyrings" )

package() { cd ${srcdir}

tar -xvf data.tar.xz -C ${pkgdir} --exclude='./control'

chmod -R go-w "${pkgdir}"/usr

}

Archange commented on 2021-01-20 12:08

@burakcank

Mailspring has one of the best UI/UX designs out there imo, honestly I am not sure why this package is not more popular than it is right now.

Because it’s not open source (mailsync engine) and requires registration (though Mailspring Libre fork work around this).

wcasanova commented on 2021-01-20 12:00

no need to have gnome-keyring as dependency. just have org.freedesktop.secrets and use any program that provides it. to work with KeePassXC, you have to enable a group to integrate it, more info here. https://rtfm.co.ua/en/what-is-linux-keyring-gnome-keyring-secret-service-and-d-bus/

https://www.cogitri.dev/posts/03-keepassxc-freedesktop-secret/#setting-up-within-keepassxc @Archange

burakcank commented on 2021-01-20 11:49

A new version has come out, @slondr will probably be working on it soon.

Mailspring has one of the best UI/UX designs out there imo, honestly I am not sure why this package is not more popular than it is right now.

gardotd426 commented on 2020-10-15 23:24

I guess we'll just have to use one of the other AUR packages, or the package from the community repository.

Archange commented on 2020-10-15 23:19

Has anyone tried with e.g. KeePassXC instead of gnome-keyring? If so, the dependency should be org.freedesktop.secrets.

maxcahill commented on 2020-10-15 22:19

Chiming in that as another kde user, gnome-keyring was required to get mailspring running. It actually popped up a window saying it "could not store my password securely", and then closed, so it's not like there's some limited functionality that you can use without it.

It's clearly not an optional dependency - if there are non-gnome alternatives that it would happily work with, that's not made clear :)

As a sidenote, the popup hinted I might want to install libsecret as well - which was already installed. After installing gnome-keyring, it ran fine.