Spicebird is a
Personal Information Manager (PIM) based on Mozilla Thunderbird's
code. It is developed by Indian company, Synovel.
It provides e-mail, calendaring and instant messaging.
Spicebird simplifies communication for users by providing integrated
access to the various tools of collaboration in a single application.
It provides easy access to various web services while users can retain
all the advantages of a desktop application.
similar in many respects to Evolution,
a popular GNOME
workgroup information management tool.
- Access email from internet providers using POP/IMAP
- Groups mail on any field. Identifies spam.
- Manage schedules using calendar and tasks applications.
Multiple calendar subscription, web calendar
subscription, day/week/month views, alarms etc.
- Subscribe to public calendars
- Read news/blogs using RSS subscriptions
- Manage contacts
- Based on a powerful instant messaging framework called
Telepathy, Spicebird supports many new protocols in addition to Google
Talk and Jabber: AIM, ICQ, Novel Groupwise, MSN, MySpace, QQ, Simple
- Uses local, Caldav server and ICS files on the network as
data sources for calendars
- Support for Google Gadgets
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Last Updated Saturday, March 31 2012 @ 02:00 PM EST