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."

#27 Re: Re: yet another single-tree fan

by anand

Friday February 27th, 2004 8:28 AM

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The lack of the single tree option is the primary thing keeping me away from Thunderbird right now. To answer your question, the reason I prefer the single tree option is that I have a primary email account that I send and receive mail from. I also have Yahoo and Hotmail email addresses that I downloading using Web2Pop. I use these addresses for web page registrations, etc., and I only receive mail from them, I do not send mail using those accounts. Since I don't use my Hotmail and Yahoo accounts for sending mail, having a seperate folder tree for them is overkill.