Mozilla has released a major update of its desktop email client Thunderbird. This new version Thunderbird 3.1 (final) comes with several new features, already covered on this blog, and lots of bug fixes. More»
Mozilla has released the second release candidate of Thunderbird 3.1, the last RC, cause the final will certainly be released next week. No new features were pushed into Thunderbird 3.1 RC 2, of course, but five bugs were crushed, one critical that affected the Mac build. More»
Mozilla’s main bundle that is attached to a monetization scheme is the Firefox browser, which is monetized through people’s use of a particular search provider when connected through the bundle. Thunderbird (and its related Mozilla Messaging cost center) do not currently contribute anything directly to that bundle and its monetization scheme.
Mozilla has just released the first release candidate of Thunderbird 3.1 based on the Gecko 1.9.2 platform. If you’re currently testing Thunderbird 3.1 then check for updates at Help -> Check for updates or download Thunderbird 3.1 RC 1 directly from the Mozilla web site. Thunderbird 3.1 RC 1 comes with improved performance to stability, memory usage, and password handling, web compatibility and sustainability. More»