Yahoo! News Tech Tuesday Recommends Mozilla 1.6 and Mozilla Thunderbird
Tuesday February 17th, 2004
Jude Cooks writes: "Yahoo! News Tech Tuesday declares Mozilla 1.6 'Best Free Browser' and Mozilla Thunderbird 'Best Free E-mail Client' on the web. Mozilla 1.6 'offers pop-up ad blocking, tabbed browsing, zoom controls, chat, and a mess of other features you won't find in Internet Explorer... once you try Mozilla, you'll never go back to IE.' For Thunderbird, 'As easy to use as Outlook Express (and in many ways better).'" The content of the article comes from the team at PCWorld.com.
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Wednesday February 18th, 2004 8:59 AM
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Taken from the Thunderbird project page:
# The ability to customize your toolbars the way you want them. Choose View / Toolbars / Customize inside any window. # UI extensions can be added to Mozilla Thunderbird to customize your experience with specific features and enhancements that you need. Support for extensions. Extensions allow you to add features particular to your needs such as offline mail support. A full list of available extensions can be found here. # A new look and feel. Thunderbird also supports a large number of downloadable themes which alter the appearance of the client. # An addressing sidebar for mail compose which makes it easy and convenient to add address book contacts to emails. # Online help includes a FAQ, tips and tricks and other useful information. # Simplified preferences UI and menus. # Footprint and performance improvements.
I did say that "Mail&News is *very* close" didn't I? but there are some differences.