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  1. Gmail is available across all your devices Android, iOS, and desktop devices. Sort, collaborate or call a friend without leaving your inbox.

  2. With Nextcloud enterprises host their own secure cloud solution for storage, collaboration & communication from any device, anywhere.

    what is it that I am thinking of? about 5 days ago

    I think you are looking for Nextcloud.
  3. Horde Groupware is a free, enterprise ready, browser based collaboration suite.

  4. Web-based IMAP email client

    I work at Microsoft 365 and even I'm frustrated by Microsoft... about 16 days ago:

    Of course not. Most readers would understand by "Postfix/Dovecot" that Postfix is the MTA in the equation, Dovecot is the IMAP server, that something like Roundcube is used for the webmail, and there are likely other pieces depending on the business needs. You know that, too. If you want to argue against a Postfix and Dovecot based stack, then please do so without comparing apples and applesauce.
  5. Zimbra is trusted by over 500 million users to increase productivity with a complete set of collaboration tools while maintaining total control over security and privacy.

  6. RainLoop is a web based email client.

  7. Mailspring is a mail client for Mac, Windows and Linux.

    Apple Is Killing Email Tracking With a Single Popup about about 2 months ago:

    I remembered using Nylas email until it went closed source. I just found out that Mailspring (the rebranded Nylas) was re-opensourced so you could check that out
  8. All your E-mail, from all your accounts, in one place. Cypht is like a news reader, but for E-mail.

    How I got multiple imap mail Accounts on Roundcube 1.4.11 about about 2 months ago:

    Cypht webmail is self-hosted and does multiple IMAP accounts really well. Check it out.
  9. Mailpile is a modern, fast web-mail client with user-friendly encryption and privacy features.

  10. Open Source WebMail Lite is a free community edition of full-featured WebMail Pro server applicatio...

  11. SquirrelMail is a standards-based webmail package written in PHP.


    Is there a way to receive emails on old computers? about 4 months ago

    That would not be too hard and only requires a few lines of code to create a TLS proxy. An alternative would be a webmail system if you have a web browser on your old computer. Squirrel mail is extremely basic and is likely going to work in old browsers as long as they support framesets.