“Can I email…” – Support tables for HTML and CSS in emails

Can I email is like Can I use but specifically for email: which HTML and CSS features are supported by which mail client?

They also provide a scoreboard, ranking mail clients based on their support among the 70 HTML and CSS features listed on Can I email.

Can I email… Support tables for HTML and CSS in emails →
Can I Email – Email Client Support Scoreboard →

😱 Digging back in the archive I noticed that “Can I use…” got mentioned here on bram.us about 10 (!) years ago … wow, has it been that long already?!

Burnside, a Tweet-to-Email Gateway

From the guys over at Panic, who handle all support tweets via e-mail using a self-built solution named Burnside which bridges the gap between Twitter and e-mail:

Tweets go into a regular mailbox. When we reply, they go back out as tweets. Since multiple people can work out of the same IMAP box, it’s fast and efficient. And as an added bonus, as we archive tweets one by one, we’re building our own searchable index of tweets in Mail.

Introducing Burnside →
Burnside Source (GitHub) →