OSDir.com Reviews Mozilla Thunderbird
Friday June 18th, 2004
OSDir.com is running an article about Mozilla Thunderbird, following on from their earlier piece about Mozilla Firefox (covered by MozillaZine last month). The review examines Thunderbird's user interface, its junk mail controls and the range of extensions available. It also runs through the standard features, including multiple account support, message filtering and the spell checker.
Update: A comment about the quality of English in the linked review has been removed from this article.
#2 Terrible frontpage article
Saturday June 19th, 2004 7:38 AM
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I feel that whoever wrote the writeup above should perhaps re-read <http://www.mozilla.org/advocacy.html> and do some background reading on the author of the OSDir article.
He's not even 18, and what a wonderful start to Mozilla he's received. A blasting from a site allegedly dedicated to Mozila advocacy. Apart from the fact the writeup above isn't exactly Oscar Wilde either, the article itself says what it nees to say and isn't actually that bad.
I just felt I had to create an account here at MZ cause this actually made me very angry.