Finale Development, Inc. will continue Voodoo development for Amiga
Helsinki, Finland (April 5, 1997) - I'm happy to announce that I have reached an agreement with Finale Development, Inc. that gives them a source-license to my Voodoo emailer, and will enable Finale to continue its development on the Amiga and pOS platforms in the future. At the same time, I will be ceasing development on Amiga, but this agreement means that the support of Voodoo will continue. Alain Penders of Finale Development has informed me that they plan to include a version of Voodoo with their forthcoming WWW browser, the Finale Web Cruiser, as well as continue the development of the stand-alone Voodoo client as a commercial product.
More information about Finale Development and their products, including future Voodoo releases, will be available at http://www.Finale-Dev.com/.
Voodoo was originally released in December of 1995 as the first Amiga product with fully integrated MIME support in a GUI environment. It later was the first product to support the PGP/MIME encryption standard.
Osma Ahvenlampi, author of Voodoo (up to version 1.280)