MozillaZine Reviews Mozilla Thunderbird

Friday June 18th, 2004 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.

#23 mmm professionalism at it's finest

by tono

Monday June 21st, 2004 1:10 AM

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Aside from the fact that the author of the review really likes commas a lot, I don't see anything too terrible to make a statement about his grammatical skill on the front page of a "professional" community news site. If someone did that at a newspaper they would be fired, or at the very least, severely reprimanded. Go take your childish language snobbery to the forums instead of the front page of the leading Mozilla advocacy site. I'm glad to see the remark was removed, however there should have been a sincere apology with it and maybe just a hint of remorse in any of the replies. The fact that there wasn't is sad.