AOL Communicator for Mac OSX
AOL Communicator for Mac OS X released
America Online today launched AOL Communicator for Mac OS X, a stand-alone, advanced communications application for AOL members that brings together enhanced e-mail, instant messaging and a full-featured address book into one integrated suite. AOL Communicator can consolidate e-mail from multiple AOL Screen Names--as well as POP and IMAP accounts--into a single application; it can be used alongside AOL internet services. Other functions include spam filtering, email management, a full-featured address book, and integrated AOL IM functions.
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To my best knowledge AOL Communicator is based on the Mozilla source code.
"To my best knowledge AOL Communicator is based on the Mozilla source code."
Your best knowledge is wrong. Apart from Gecko, AOL Communicator uses no Mozilla source code. That's kind of the point.Comment by Alex Bishop at October 13, 2003 11:24 PM | Permalink
Are you really sure? I could swear that AOL Commmunicator (at least for Win32) uses Gecko, XUL, Mozilla Mail Backend and wxWindows.Comment by Erik Arvidsson at October 13, 2003 11:43 PM | Permalink
"Are you really sure?"
Yes, I'm fairly certain.
"I could swear that AOL Commmunicator (at least for Win32) uses Gecko..."
"...Mozilla Mail Backend..."
Yes.Comment by Alex Bishop at October 14, 2003 01:35 AM | Permalink