How to install BlueMail on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Linux

Blue Main is a free email app, available for Windows 10/8/7, Linux macOS, Android, and iOS. You can integrate any number of e-mail accounts from any provider, for example from Gmail, Outlook, Hotmail, etc. It comes with a simple and easy-to-operate interface but with many functionalities such as push notifications, unified Inbox, Dark theme, calendar, Group Mail, Encryption and Security, and plenty of options for sorting and managing mail.

Here we will see the simple ways to install BlueMail on Debian-based operating systems.

BlueMail installation on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS or Linux Mint

Although the below-given steps are performed for Ubuntu 20.04, they are applicable for Linux Mint, Elementary OS, Ubuntu 21.04/18.04, Kali Linux, MX Linux, PoP OS, and more…

Run system update

Open a command terminal. And to rebuild system repositories cache & update the installed packages of your Linux OS, run command-

sudo apt update

 

Download BlueMail for Ubuntu 20.04 or Debian based Linux

If you want, you can visit the official website of BlueMail to download the latest packages of this free email client to install on your Linux distro. However, as we already on the command terminal, then use the below command to quickly get the packages without visiting the website.

sudo apt install wget
wget https://download.bluemail.me/BlueMail/deb/BlueMail.deb

 

Command to Install BlueMail Client

Finally, using the above command, we already have the Debian package of BlueMail client to install on our Linux system. The next thing is, use the APT or DPKG to install it.

sudo apt install curl
sudo apt install ./BlueMail.deb

 

Uninstall

After some, if you don’t require this free email client software and want to remove it, then run

sudo apt remove bluemail

 

2nd Method GUI Store

If you are on Ubuntu, then instead of using the command terminal, we can go for the Graphical Software Center. Simply, go to All Application and search for Ubuntu Software. Open it and search Blue Mail, as it appears, select ti, and then click on the Install button. In the same way, later, you can remove it as well.Ubuntu Software Install BLueMail from Ubuntu Software GUI using SNAP

 

 

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