|Op. System:||Windoows All|
|File size:||11.32 MB|
Publisher description for Spicebird
The Spicebird application was designed to be a complete comunication platform for many collaboration needs. It provides e-mail, calendaring and instant messaging with intuitive integration and unlimited extensibility. It simplifies communication for users by providing integrated access to the various tools of collaboration, like email, calendaring and instant messaging, in a single application. It provides easy access to various web services while retaining all the advantages of a desktop application. An Agenda Applet lists your schedule for a specified duration. An RSS Feed applet lists the feeds on your favorite website. The tooltip for an item in the RSS applet shows the complete RSS article. Clicking on an item opens the corresponding webpage in your favorite browser. A familiar tabbed interface lets you access the rest of functions in the suite. The mail application derived from Mozilla Thunderbird, inherently provides functionality like grouping mails on various fields, threaded views, spam and phishing detection. Spicebird can group mail on any field so mail are presented to you better organized than ever. Spicebird tries to identify junk mail as you read your mail. When you mark a mail as junk. Spicebird learns from your action to improve its own ability to mark junk mail. The calendar application, derived from Mozilla's Lightning, has all the expected features: multiple calendar subscription, web calender subscription, day/week/month views, alarms etc. Spicebird introduces new ways to speed-up and simplify your calendering. The addressbook card view gives you a quick look on the relevant information of your contacts. Spicebird provides inbuilt support for instant messaging using xmpp4moz. You can configure multiple jabber accounts.