Critical Review of Mozilla Thunderbird 0.5

Wednesday February 25th, 2004

rizzof writes: "I wanted to offer a critical in-depth review of Thunderbird for a change. This is a quite different from all the glowing reviews of last week following the release. It analyzes shortcomings of the application and user-interface gaffes that keep it from achieving its full potential."

#12 Re: Reply

by kriskelvin

Wednesday February 25th, 2004 11:31 AM

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You can keep private and buisenes-mail separeted anyway. But this need not be done by making mail-accounts the top-level for sorting mail. This even makes it more difficult for me sometimes.

I also seperate private and work mail on the same system but i just filter them into different folders (actually i not even need a filter for that with my present mail-client because each account has a folder that applies in case no filter is set).

The folder-model seems more flexible to me, i can direct mail from different accounts that are all work-mails into the same folder for example.

And for those who are more than happy with the account-model, well this is just one special case of the folder-model and can easyly be done with folders and filters by recipient.