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Thunderbird 1.5
January 12th, 2006

The final release of Mozilla Thunderbird 1.5 is now available for download from

Thunderbird 1.5 introduces several new features including a software update system, spell check as you type, built in phishing detector, auto save as draft, and support for deleting attachments from email messages. Message filtering has also been improved with new filter actions for replying and forwarding. Saved search folders can now search folders across multiple accounts.


DeskNow Mail and Collaboration server
January 11th, 2006

DeskNow Mail and Collaboration server is a full featured and easy to use server that can handle all the communication and collaboration needs of your company. A single product to integrate mail server, webmail, secure instant messaging, online document sharing, group calendars, discussion forums, mobile access and much more.

The basic version of DeskNow Mail and Collaboration server is completely free. Beta version 3.0.3 supports IMAP.

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Scribe 1.88 (Stable)
November 25th, 2005

After almost a year, a new stable version of Scribe is now available with a lengthy list of enhancements and fixes.

Mulberry Discontinued
October 2nd, 2005

Cyrus Daboo, the creator of Mulberry and Cyrusoft has announced that his company has filed for bancrupcy:

“It is with deep regret that I have to inform you of the immediate cessation of operations of Cyrusoft International, Inc./ISAMET. The company today filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.”

“The possibility of open sourcing the code is also limited due to dependencies on third-party code and development tools that would require some significant reworking to make it viable for anyone to even compile and use. And with the number of other open source clients that exist now, one would have to ask whether there would be any point to that anyway.”

This is a sad day, Mulberry was the most powerful IMAP email client around. In case you want to download the final releases, you can do so at this page.

Pine 4.64
September 29th, 2005

A new version of Pine is now available which addresses bugs found in previous releases and has a few additions as well.

Additions include:

Even though Pine does not properly support the UTF-8 character set, the Allow-Version3-LDAP feature will cause Pine to go ahead and try to talk to an LDAP server which is a version 3 server. You will find this feature in the Setup/Directory screen. It is separately settable for each server you configure.


Eudora 6.2.5
September 24th, 2005

Eudora 6.2.5 is now out, with the following being the most important new features:

Scam Watch: This new feature combats “phishing” schemes that use disguised URL’s to gather personal information. Eudora now detects if the URL in the link differs suspiciously from the host name and warns you to exercise caution before making the connection.

OpenSSL: The state-of-the art standard in email security and encryption.

Improved IMAP: Improved functionality to synchronize and access email from multiple computers and locations.


Columba 1.0 “Holy Moly” Released
September 18th, 2005

Columba is an Email Client written in Java, featuring a a consistent and clean user interface and internationalization support – you can read and write messages in every language or character encoding you want. This also includes more sophisticated charsets like BIG5 or kyrillian.

Columba is a safe and secure client (GnuPG, SSL/TLS), comes with integrated Bayesian spam blocking, powerful filtering capabilities, virtual folders for saved searches and is extensible through Groovy and Jython plugins.


Mozilla Thunderbird 1.5 Beta 1
September 10th, 2005

Mozilla Thunderbird 1.5 Beta 1 is now available for download. This is the first beta release of the next major Thunderbird update and is aimed at testers, and extension/theme authors. The final release of Thunderbird 1.5, which will be widely promoted to end-users, is scheduled for later this year along with Firefox 1.5.

New features include an improved software update system, spell check as you type, phishing detection, podcasting, deleting attachments, reply and forward actions for mail filters, Kerberos authentication, auto save as draft, and many security enchancements.

Mozilla Thunderbird 1.5 Beta 2 is scheduled for release shortly after Firefox 1.5 Beta 2 around the 5th October with the first 1.5 release candidate due on Friday 28th October.


Mulberry v4.0.3
August 23rd, 2005

Mulberry v4.0.3 for Mac OS X and Windows has been released featuring several minor enhancements and fixes.

Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0.6
July 20th, 2005

Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0.6 is now available for download. This latest version should resolve the extension problems that were accidentally introduced in Thunderbird 1.0.5. In particular, the popular Enigmail PGP add-on should now work correctly.


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