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|Copernic's New Desktop Search
Supports Thunderbird, Eudora
|Copernic has just made available a new and
(1.5) of its Copernic Desktop Search product that fully supports Mozilla
Thunderbird, including indexing of Thunderbird emails, attachments, and
contacts, as well as indexing Eudora emails and attachments.
CDS continues to get rave reviews
from press, analysts, and bloggers, and to beat the major portals in the
battle for the desktop, said David M. Burns, CEO of Copernic. CDS
1.5 is jam-packed with lots of cool new features that are fun for everyone
to use, and its the only free desktop search that fully supports Mozillas
Thunderbird email application and Firefox browser.
has unveiled the first free desktop search product to support Mozilla Thunderbird
and Eudora emails. Packed with new features and more fun, Copernic Desktop
Search v1.5 has something for everyone.
1.5 has something for everyone. All users will love the way each desktop
search in a specific category now automatically displays a summary box
with the number of matching results in all other categories. Knowledge
workers will find the new color-coded highlighted search term buttons extremely
useful and will appreciate the full support for indexing of network drives.
Multimedia enthusiasts will tune in and turn on to filmstrip viewing of
images, an embedded audio/video player, and the ability to search JPEG
picture comments, iTunes songs by artist and album, and metadata indexing
of QuickTime movies and OGG audio files. Last but not least, third-party
developers now have a well-documented COM API that allows them to write
CDS plug-ins for indexing additional file types.
We are pleased that Copernic
is supporting both Firefox and Thunderbird, said Chris Hofmann, Director
of Engineering at the Mozilla Foundation. Together, Firefox and Thunderbird
have been downloaded 29 million times, and industry support from companies
like Copernic helps us to achieve our mission of preserving choice and
innovation on the Internet.
In addition to all the new
email indexing and multimedia features, CDS 1.5 provides a greatly improved
user experience thanks to dozens of usability-related improvements, said
Eric Bouchard, EVP of Products for Copernic. We took great care to make
the best even better. Competing products simply do not compare to CDS in
terms of ease of use, features, and overall quality.
About Copernic Desktop Search
CDS brings the power of a sophisticated,
yet easy-to-use search engine right to your PC and allows you to instantly
search files, e-mails, and e-mail attachments stored anywhere on your PC
hard drive. Using a streamlined, intuitive user interface, CDS performs
sub-second searching of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files, Acrobat
PDF's, all popular music, picture and video formats, contacts, browser
history, and favorites. With seven separate technology patents pending,
CDS represents the state of the art in desktop search design.
CDS works with Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP
and Internet Explorer 5.0 or later. The new CDS version can be downloaded
for free as a "public beta" release from http://www.copernic.com/en/products/desktop-search/
More information about what's
new in CDS v1.5 beta is available at
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