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Mozilla 1.3 Alpha Released

Friday December 13th, 2002

Mozilla 1.3 Alpha is out! This release introduces shedloads of new Mail & Newsgroups features (including Bayesian spam classification, message views and improved filtering), a new Bookmarks Quick Search bar (similar to the one found in Phoenix) and support for the Back and Forward buttons on the IntelliMouse Explorer. There's also improvements to the DOM Inspector and lots of other bug fixes. However, remember that this is only an alpha release, so expect bugs.

Builds are available from mozilla.org's Releases Page or directly from the FTP site. Check out the Release Notes for more info.


#54 That's not what was being said

by arnoudb <arnoudb@dds.nl>

Monday December 16th, 2002 8:45 AM

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The user said he 'didn't trust Mozilla to decide what is junk, [because] he didn't want to lose any data'. While I can understand not wanting to lose data, that point was completely invalid. All Mozilla does is *mark* a message as spam, or not spam, and then the user can decide what to do with it by means of filters. Want to be on the safe side? Fine, just let Mozilla move spam messages to a separate directory for a while, until you gain more trust in it. You'll see it hardly ever makes mistakes and never any false positives once you've trained it with a good amount of spam and non-spam messages.