Geary Review

Geary is a free and open source desktop email client solution developed for Linux users, written in Vala. Initial setup and navigation are easy, thanks to its modern user interface. Emails are presented grouped by conversations, resulting in an efficient inbox upkeep. It supports almost all major email providers, such as Yahoo, Gmail, Outlook, as well as other email services which utilize an IMAP configuration. Geary alerts you for new email using desktop notifications, so you’ll never miss a message. With an intuitive interface, sending, searching and organizing your emails becomes a breeze.


Watch the tutorial to learn how to set up multiple mail accounts on this mail client:


  • Modern and intuitive interface
  • Fast account setup
  • Supports Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, and popular IMAP servers (Dovecot, Cyrus, Zimbra, etc.)
  • Emails organized by conversations
  • Ability to answer directly in a conversation or open in a separate window
  • Customizable signatures
  • Support for ‘sending as’ aliases
  • Full featured HTML mail composer
  • Quick search for keywords with values ​​like from: john, is: read, is: unread and is: starred
  • Desktop notification for new messages


Geary is one of the best email client apps for Ubuntu. It does not require any additional command to start. Just install it and enjoy the service. What are you waiting for? Try it and leave a review.

You may also be interested in: FoxMail

Usability: 8 /10 Speed: 9 /10 Features: 8.5 /10 Support: 8.5 /10 Pricing: 10 /10

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