Mozilla Thunderbird 0.4 Released

Friday December 5th, 2003

Following two release candidates, the 0.4 release of Mozilla Thunderbird is now available. Thunderbird 0.4 features an updated look to Thunderbird's default theme, including a variety of new icons; better OS integration, cut and paste of images on Windows, and a number of bug fixes and other new features.

Builds are available for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X, while other platforms and configurations should be available in the near future. The Thunderbird Release Notes have more information, along with the Thunderbird project page on

#13 Re: Re: Working pretty nice but where is link hand

by Waldo_2

Saturday December 6th, 2003 9:11 AM

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Indeed, that's the real problem with Linux right now: it's too disorganized. Sure, the kernel and X are pretty standard, but after that, just about anything goes (although two or three will be the only real choices - but they won't act the same way). Once software interaction (including (un)installs) is more standardized so organization can occur, Linux should really take off.

For now, tho, it's a fun way for me to amuse myself (and get CVS working - WinCVS never worked for me).