PC-Pine brings the familiar Unix Pine interface to your personal computer.
With PC-Pine, attaching files and viewing attachments is easier because
your local files are more readily accessible. Another advantage of PC-Pine
is that it allows you to use your mouse to navigate screens, open URLs and
The Pine Technical Notes contain detailed explanations for PC-Pine on
support files and
environment variables, and
noteworthy facts about
running the Pine email client on a personal computer.
PC-Pine for Microsoft Windows
All versions of the most recent PC-Pine include SSL support. SSL requires site administrators to set up a separate SSL port.
Version 3.96 for DOS and Windows
Version 3.96 remains available on the UW ftp server (ftp.cac.washington.edu/pine/old/PC-PINE-3.96/) and on many mirror sites, for those who need PC
-Pine for DOS or Windows 3.1.
Older and Smaller PC-Pine Version 3.91
This older version of PC-Pine is smaller and uses less memory, and may be especially suitable for DOS users willing to forgo many of the features introduced after 3.91.