Sparrow is a native (and innovative) Gmail client for Mac OS X. Check out the video to see what it looks like, how clever is it’s UI. My only regret is that going “stable” on the Apple AppStore the application now is a ~10$ software while it has been free (as in beer) for all the beta testing monts …
I’m hoping for an freely available – Ad supported – release, as they’ve stated it would be less than a month ago, on the model of the latest releases of Eudora …
LookOut is a plugin which allows Thunderbird to interface with Microsoft’s mail tools by decoding metadata and attachments encapsulated/embedded in a TNEF encoded attachment (aka winmail.dat).
The TNEF decoding engine was inspired (with permission) by the tnef.sf.net project. LookOut has a full MAPI decoder and the ability to transcode some of those properties to iCalendar (ics) and vCard (vcf) formats. As an option all MAPI properties within a email can be viewed so other types of information can be deciphered.
If you’re a Mozilla Thunderbird (or Seamonkey) user and you’ve got enough of your email’s inbox full of those dull attachments install this LookOut plugin without hesitation, you’ll finally see those files as the sender’ meant you to see.
Since it’s publishing in 2007 the iPhone theme for Nokia N80 post has received nearly the 10% of the overall visits gained by this blog with a stunning (for me) 27,709 total visits !!!! (at the time of this writing)
Well, to update it, and suff it’s success, today I’m linking to you the theme provided by my friend Kiro @ Melamorsicata (which is one of the most prominent and long running mac-blog in Italy) in their download area.