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Wednesday, October 11, 2006
QUALCOMM and Mozilla to Develop Open Source Version of Eudora Email Program


QUALCOMM and the Mozilla Foundation today announced that future versions of Eudora will be based upon the same technology platform as the open source Mozilla Thunderbird email program.

Future versions of Eudora will be free and open source, while retaining Eudora's feature set and productivity enhancements. QUALCOMM and Mozilla will each participate in, and continue to foster development communities based around the open source Mozilla project, with a view to enhancing the capabilities and ease of use of both Eudora and Thunderbird.

QUALCOMM also today announced that it has released the final commercial versions of the current Eudora products for Windows and Mac operating systems. The open source version of Eudora is targeted to release during the first half of calendar year 2007. Once the open source version of Eudora is released, QUALCOMM will cease to sell Eudora commercially. In the interim, QUALCOMM will continue commercial sales, at a reduced price of $19.95 and with a six-month period of technical support. Existing technical support commitments will be honored in their entirety.


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