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Phoenix 0.1 Released

Monday September 23rd, 2002

Asa Dotzler writes: "The first Phoenix milestone, 0.1, has been released. Phoenix is a redesign of the Mozilla browser component, similar to Galeon, K-Meleon and Chimera, but written using the XUL user interface language and designed to be cross-platform. This first Phoenix release includes great new features like a customizable toolbar and quicksearch filtering for bookmarks and history. See the Phoenix release notes for more information or go directly to the builds."


#48 Re: Re: It's o.k., but I don't need it...

by turrican

Wednesday September 25th, 2002 1:14 AM

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> Why do you need a mail client? For reading mails? ;-) Well, it's o.k., that they build a browser, but the Mozilla-Mail-Client is still one of the best for Linux/Unix, and I'm glad, that this is so... Have you used e.g. KMail? It's aweful, compared to Mozilla Mail...

> How could a mail client possibly be a browser's killer app? It is the killer application for using Mozilla at all... Don't understand me wrong, I'm happy with Mozilla, but if there was no Mail-Client, I would maybe never had looked at Mozilla... Konquerror is a nice Browser here on Linux, too.

It's o.k., I said, Phoenix is nice, but I won't use it often, because I always read my mails with Mozilla when I'm online... so why sould I launch another Browser, when I already launched Mozilla, and I'm happy?