Mozilla Thunderbird 2 Release Candidate 1 Available

Thursday April 12th, 2007

Scott MacGregor writes: "Mozilla Thunderbird 2 RC 1 is now available for download. Features new to Thunderbird 2 include message tags, advanced folder views, session navigation history, a visual refresh of the theme, improved new mail notification alerts and support for Vista.

"The release candidate is available for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux in over 35 languages. Beta testers will be offered the RC via automatic software update."

Feedback on the release is being collected in the mozillaZine forums thread. For more information, refer to the draft Mozilla Thunderbird 2 Release Notes.

#1 Now I can drag'n'drop again

by Galik

Friday April 13th, 2007 3:03 PM

That's way cool

#2 Wrong Icon

by MichaelB

Monday April 16th, 2007 4:04 AM

Besides I don't really like the new theme much, I really think the "flame" icon has to go.

I don't see how a bit of "flame" has anything to do with junk. It might be ok for everyone that has used Thunderbird and knows it inside out. But for new users, I don't think it will be obvious. I think we need a better icon.