A GUI mail client for Linux, the functional equivalent of Eudora, with support for a variety of server types. Seems to work pretty well, although spanish debugging messages threw me off initially. :-)

Balsa refers to a tropical American tree or the wood of that tree. The wood is very light and soft, like cork, but has much more structure to it. Balsa is used in the construction of model airplanes and other crafted items which need to be light in weight, yet need the moderate strength that the wood can provide.

Balsa, a kind of raft or float used on the coasts and rivers of Peru and other parts of South America for fishing, for landing goods and passengers through a heavy surf, and for other purposes where buoyancy is generally wanted. It is formed generally of two inflated sealskins, connected by a sort of platform on which the fisherman, passengers, or goods are placed.

Entry from Everybody's Cyclopedia, 1912.

Bal"sa (?), n. [Sp. or Pg. balsa.] Naut.

A raft or float, used principally on the Pacific coast of South America.


© Webster 1913.

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