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Spicebird

Spicebird

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.

It is similar in many respects to Evolution, a popular GNOME PIM and workgroup information management tool.

 Spicebird 0.8

Price
Free to download

Size
14.9MB

License
MPL 1.1, GNU GPL 2.0, GNU LGPL License 2.1

Developer
Synovel Technologies

Website
www.spicebird.com

System Requirements
Gtk 2.0+

Support:
Project PageDeveloper Mailing List

Selected Reviews:
MozillaLinks.org, lifehacker, Root.cz (in Czech)

Features include:

  • Access email from internet providers using POP/IMAP protocols
  • 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 and Yahoo.
  • Uses local, Caldav server and ICS files on the network as data sources for calendars
  • Support for Google Gadgets

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