9 things you did not know about Mozilla SeaMonkey.

Anytime the name Mozilla is mentioned, the first thing that comes to mind is the awesome, super duper Firefox. No doubt that browser is the best in the world. However, Mozilla has another project that simply dwarfs Firefox. The cross platform Mozilla SeaMonkey is simply an all in one internet suite that is really worth having. The following are 9 great features of this suite that you may not know.
If you are a web designer or programmer, then all  you will need is the SeaMonkey composer. It is a powerful yet easy to use HTML editor that keeps getting better with dynamic image and table resizing, quick insert and deletion of table cells, improved CSS support, and support for positioned layers. For all your documents and website projects, Composer is all you need.
Feed Preview.
In addition to feed detection, SeaMonkey also has a built in feed preview that lets you view feed contents and choose a reader with which to subscribe to them – including an internal reader in the Mail & Newsgroups component of SeaMonkey.
Image Manager
This function simply lets you block images to remove offensive ones or speed up the rendering of web sites.
Tabbed Mail
This feature lets manage your mail and folders in parallel, without losing control of where you are at when reading, replying to and working with messages in more complex patterns.
Junk mail controls
Keep spam out with this feature that helps you take back control of your e-mail from spammers. SeaMonkey’s adaptive junk mail control gets smarter with use and is personalized to the e-mail that you receive.
Multiple Accounts
Support for multiple accounts helps you  manage all your email from one interface.
IRC Chat
It also has an IRC chat built right into it with a tabbed interface and support for multiple networks and channels.You can change the look and feel of the chat with motifs; choose from several built-in motifs, many more downloadable, or create your own with CSS.
DOM Inspector
This function enables you to dig into the document structure of web pages, add-ons or even the SeaMonkey “chrome” itself and inspect a huge number of properties of any element in that structure, including JavaScript objects and
CSS styles.
JavaScript Debugger (“Venkman”)
This debugger lets you debug JavaScript code on your websites, add-ons and even in SeaMonkey itself with a suite of powerful debugging tools.

All these and more are available in one simple application that is really a must have. You have a mail client that has all the functions you are used to and more, a powerful HTML editor, a Firefox twin, and IRC chat client and more. Mozilla SeaMonkey is definitely a great app that is worth having. You can download an installer file for your Windows, Linux or Mac OSX box and start right off with this awesome all in one app.