For Windows, Mac and Linux: After the huge success, here comes the first security and stability update for Thunderbird 3, Mozilla’s desktop email client. Thunderbird 3.0.1 changelog (complete list of changes) is a list of 125 fixed bugs, 25 of which were critical bugs. Several fixes also regarded the user interface and attachment handling.
Lighting 1.0 is around the corner, the first beta of Lightning 1.0 comes nearly 16 months after the last update v.0.9. Lightning is an extension that tightly integrates Mozilla’s Sunbird calendar into Thunderbird.
For Windows, Mac and Linux: Mozilla finally freed Thunderbird 3, a major upgrade after 2 years and is already working on Thunderbird 3.1. But this new release has also put out of function (for now) many great Thunderbird extensions. These plug-ins still have to be updated. Those mentioned have been tested and are compatible with […]
For Mac, Linux and Windows: This line of code exploits the Content Tabs feature in recently released Thunderbird 3. The Content Tabs feature allows you to display brows-able web content in a new Thunderbird tab – with this line of code created by Joshua Cranmer (Quetzalcoatal blog) you can open Google Wave right inside Thunderbird […]
Thunderbird 3 RC1 gets four last minute bugs fixes to become Thunderbird 3 release candidate 2. One of the four bug had a critical rating – developers had to deal with Thunderbird shutdown hang, high CPU usage and no open IMAP connections. If you’re using Thunderbird 3 RC 1 then you’ll certainly want to update […]