|Developer(s)||Mozilla Foundation / Mozilla Corporation|
|Platform||Java Virtual Machine|
|Type||E-mail client and news client|
|License||MPL 1.1/GPL 2.0|
Grendel is a mail/news reader by the Mozilla project written entirely in the Java programming language. Its goal is to be a true cross-platform application with a feature set that satisfies the power user.
Grendel was originally developed as a part of the Xena project at Netscape Communications, also dubbed "Javagator" by the media. This project was cancelled before completion after 3 years of development; but after the source for Grendel was released, other people started to work toward completing it.[when?]
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