Spicebird is an email and messaging software. It provides email, calendaring, and instant messaging and can connect to any standards based server. It is built with an innovative tabbed user interface and high end functionality.
|Tags||Office/Business Scheduling Communications Email Email Clients (MUA)|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: New features include indexed search and theming support (Personas). Memory use is now more efficient. Stability was improved.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release with many small feature additions. Changes include launch fixes, memory fixes, better support for non-English text, more chat preferences, and more add-ons.
Release Notes: This release lets users chat with friends on services like Yahoo, Google Talk, AIM, ICQ, and Jabber, add iGoogle Gadgets to Spicebird, disable the applications that are unused, access Google calendar, and import data from Thunderbird, Outlook, and Outlook Express. It adds experimental support for managing blogs, support for more than 10 languages, and a basic set of add-ons.
Release Notes: In this version users can access email from their service provider using POP/IMAP protocols, manage schedules using the calendar and tasks applications, subscribe to public calendars, read news and blogs using RSS subscriptions, and manage contacts and chat with friends by using their Gtalk or other Jabber accounts.