Mozilla Thunderbird 0.6 Released

Monday May 3rd, 2004

Scott MacGregor writes: "Thunderbird 0.6 has taken flight! Some of the more promiment features include a new Windows installer, Pinstripe theme for Mac OS X, new artwork, improved junk mail controls, new mail notification in the system dock for Mac OS X, server-wide news filters and a slew of other new features."

Builds can be grabbed from the Thunderbird Download Page on, or from the release notes, which also include more on what's new in this latest release of Thunderbird.

#62 Re: Re: Re: TODO for perfection

by asa <>

Tuesday May 4th, 2004 11:09 AM

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"Aren't non-developers allowed to add their feedback/wishlists to these forums?"

Would it be appropriate for this non-developer to post his wishlist to this discussion? I've got a buglist that's roughly 1400 bugs long. Would posting a link to each bug here be appropriate? What about posting the entire contents of each bug here? It probably wouldn't. Wll, his list isn't that long, I can hear you saying. What if 40 or 50 people all posted their wishlists of 20 bugs to each release announcement? What if just a few people posted full bug contents? Here's what I think. If you want to publicize a list of bugs at Mozillazine, just link to a damn buglist. If you want to post specifics of one particular bug, just link to the damn bug. Posting 40 and 50 line long posts to itimize personal peeve bugs gets pretty annoying for those of us who are capable of clicking on a link that will give an even more functional buglist display of the bugs.