DesktopLinux.com relays the news that the Thunderbird 2.0 email client goes gold. ‘Way cool. Looking forward to trying this out. I’ve been using T-bird 1.x for quite some time now, and it’s moved to becoming my primary email client, edging out Safari on the Mac and Evolution on the Linux platform. Mozillazine points out more information, including release notes and feature lists. Now, this is a Two-Point-Oh release, and my advice to the conservatives would be to hold off for the Two-Point-Oh-One version, or at least until a patch or two comes out, if you’re not comfortable installing and uninstalling mail clients. Make a backup, of course. Note that Linux clients have a funky problem with spaces in the path, so avoid spaces.
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