Last Updated on: 25th November 2023, 01:46 pm
Mulberry – an open-source email client developed by Cyrus Daboo / Cyrusoft Inc. between 1995 and 2007.
Mulberry started off life as a software project that was really meant to help the author learn more about the internet and internet protocols used for email. However, it became much more than that and garnered support from a small (in internet terms) group of users and institutions many of whom relied on the product as their primary email tool.
Whilst it started as only an IMAP client and only on Mac OS, it has grown to cover not only other email protocols, but also calendaring and scheduling and is available on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux systems.
The Mulberry was available as a free, close-source application until 2007, when was released as an open-source application.
The latest version of Mulberry 4.0.8 was released in 2007.
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