I think the google link in Armando screenshots refers to "Théâtre Mouffetard", a theater (not for movies, for plays) which is located "rue Mouffetard
", that is Mouffetard
street, in Paris.
As to "Mouffetard" would be related to "moufter", which is always used in a negative way ("il n'a pas *moufté
* quand John a tout déballé" / "he kept his mouth shut
when John spilled the beans"), I couldn't say !
BTW, I ditched Copernic a year ago : too many bugs, version after version. Main gripe : the indexing engine was very sensitive and always left a lot of messages unindexed. Indexing was also quite long and less compact. I have on my business PC over 3 GB of outlook pst, most messages having attachements, Copernic index was very very huge, and the non indexed messages were a major reason for switching.
What's a mouffetard? Sounds funny!