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Thunderbird 1.5rc1 Available

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Everyone into the alternative browser and mail clients will want to take a look at Mozilla Thunderbird's first 1.5 testing release. Even if you're not going to use it, there are some nice features that you may want to upgrade for once it's final. In this update the moz team features fixes to quite a few sniggling problems such as:

Full Blurb.


a month behind

Thunderbird 1.5rc1 came out a month ago

Re: a month behind

bhuot wrote:

Thunderbird 1.5rc1 came out a month ago

oh sorry. it's so hard to keep up with all of it...

not for you

That wasn't for you - it was for who wrote the article.

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