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Push Desktop Clients out of beta #188

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baimafeima opened this issue Nov 21, 2017 · 11 comments
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Push Desktop Clients out of beta #188

baimafeima opened this issue Nov 21, 2017 · 11 comments

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@baimafeima
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@baimafeima baimafeima commented Nov 21, 2017

I expect to have a desktop client for Tutanota and be able to install it on my operating system.

@zeeshan595
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@zeeshan595 zeeshan595 commented Dec 18, 2017

If you are really looking for a desktop client you can download it here. Its the exact same Github build but on electron. Which lets it run the tutanota web-app as a desktop application.

https://github.com/zeeshan595/tutanota/releases

@armhub armhub changed the title Desktop client? Desktop client Sep 20, 2018
@armhub armhub added this to the Roadmap milestone Sep 20, 2018
@mpfau mpfau modified the milestones: Roadmap, Next release Dec 10, 2018
@charlag charlag modified the milestones: Next release, Roadmap Dec 11, 2018
@bedhub bedhub modified the milestones: Roadmap, Next release Dec 17, 2018
@armhub armhub modified the milestones: Next release, Roadmap Dec 19, 2018
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@charlag charlag commented Jan 14, 2019

For reference, there's a beta desktop client available now:
https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/desktop-clients

@charlag charlag added this to In Progress in Roadmap Project Jan 30, 2019
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@joshwithkids
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@joshwithkids joshwithkids commented Aug 4, 2019

Suggestion: Please consider adding tags/labels support on the import feature on desktop client. Must dovetail with tab/label support in Tutanota overall. Our business uses labels extensively and the 2 features keeping us from switching are IMPORT and LABELS

@jeffmcneill
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@jeffmcneill jeffmcneill commented Sep 21, 2019

Please add the links in the URL above to the website itself. It is very difficult to find these desktop clients (and also Android/IOS client links on the website. I would recommend adding these links to the home page. I know that the icons for fdroid, play, iapp are there near the top, but things like search within the page don't surface these, and small icons are easy to overlook. One additional column at the bottom of all pages that have the six app download links would be a great usability boost. Thanks!

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@pke pke commented Sep 27, 2019

Have you considered designing the Electron based e-mail client in a way to add other e-mail providers too? More like an VSCode like approach where it can be extended by language servers and code editors?

@charlag
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@charlag charlag commented Sep 27, 2019

There's an issue for IMAP support

@zeeshan595
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@zeeshan595 zeeshan595 commented Sep 27, 2019

@jeffmcneill
@pke
What you are looking for is something called rambox https://rambox.pro/#home

btw now you can probably use nativefier to build yourself a desktop client https://github.com/jiahaog/nativefier

Here is what you need to do.

  1. Make sure npm is installed from https://nodejs.org/en/
  2. Open terminal / command prompt
  3. Type npm install -g nativefier for mac and linux try putting sudo at the start for permission issues
  4. Create tutanota desktop app by typing nativefier --name "Tutanota" "https://mail.tutanota.com"
  5. A new folder should be created containing a tutanota executable which is your desktop app
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@pke pke commented Oct 11, 2019

@zeeshan595 nice rambox, however it does not support keybase, which is a shame since they are both Electron based.

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@beerisgood
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@beerisgood beerisgood commented Nov 17, 2020

For Windows it would also be awesome if the client is available at Windows Store.
Also as Windows store app, the client can be build as AppContainer version which is even more secure.

The biggest advantage for Windows Store is automatic updates for user.

@hahub hahub changed the title Desktop client Push Desktop Clients out of beta Dec 11, 2020
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@akg83 akg83 commented Jan 3, 2021

A Tutanota client that can be installed on aarch64 (arm based arch linux distros) will be very much appreciated,

from what I understand all it will take to make this a reality is to have one of the dependences support aarch64, or switch to a specific package that supports it, please correct me if I am wrong.

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@bedhub bedhub commented Apr 19, 2021

Security review is done but we will add spell checker #1069 for official out of beta release and also build keytar on our own #2582.

@bedhub bedhub modified the milestones: Roadmap, Next release Apr 23, 2021
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