ISAMET Inc. — a new merger between Cyrusoft International Inc. and ISE Lab Inc. — on Thursday announced the first release of
v4. It’s a cross-platform e-mail client software application compatible with Mac OS X and Windows operating systems, and the company said that Solaris and Linux versions will follow later this year. Major new features in Mulberry v4.0 include enterprise calendaring and scheduling functionality with support for local, http/webcal and WebDAV-based calendaring; full Unicode support, including two-bit script support, configurable toolbars, updated icons, a quick search option in the mailbox pane and more. Mulberry costs US$35.95 for a single-license copy.