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Spicebird home screen
Spicebird home screen
Developer(s) Synovel
Stable release
0.8 / 23 June 2010; 9 years ago (2010-06-23)
Written in C++, JavaScript
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Personal information manager
Website http://www.spicebird.com/

Spicebird was a personal information manager based on Mozilla Thunderbird's code developed by an Indian company called Synovel. It was free and open-source software.

It provided e-mail, calendaring and instant messaging. It could be used for personal or office use to access email, calendar information and various instant messaging (or chat) accounts. The integrated instant messenger could connect to GTalk, Yahoo!, AIM, ICQ, XMPP and various other servers and protocols. It had a dashboard that provided gadgets for showing information such as new emails, schedule for the day and many more. iGoogle gadgets could also be added to the dashboard.


Development and support for Spicebird has been discontinued and users are invited to migrate to Thunderbird.


  • Spicebird 0.8 Released – blog entry by Prasad Sunkari, co-founder of Synovel Software and a developer of Spicebird (archived)
  • First look to Spicebird 0.4 – mozillalinks.org
  • Spicebird: Email, Calendar, IM, RSS, and More – cybernetnews.com
  • Spicebird Beta Moves Thunderbird Closer to Outlook Territory – lifehacker.com

External links

  • Spicebird's homepage
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