Cyrusoft today unveiled version 3.0 of the Mulberry email client for the Linux/Solaris operating system at Linux World in New York. This release features a new three-pane GUI. Version 3.0 has been long requested from Mulberry's large installed customer base. This new version of Mulberry offers a more mainstream look and feel that is easy to use, yet keeps with the tradition of Mulberry with floating windows configuration available at the flip of a switch. Mulberry continues to be a world leader of cross-platform desktop IMAP email client solutions.
"Our new Linux version of Mulberry offers the community a professional product that combines ease of use with stable power computing," stated John Degory, CEO of Cyrusoft. "We have seen our sales increase over the past year from the Linux community and this new release will allow this growth to accelerate."
The new look will include the ability to display a tabbed mailbox list in the three-pane configuration to make managing multiple mailboxes easier. Other major features include support for read-receipts, and text macros for quickly inserting commonly used text. There are also 30 minor enhancements in this release.
Mulberry, first released commercially in 1996, has been well-known for its excellent support of the Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP), its cross platform OS support, as well as its features oriented towards site management and administration, such as remote preferences and personal address books. Cyrusoft has over a million paid licensees in thirty-one countries and virtually every U.S. state and Canadian province.