Thunderbird email client

In: Mozilla

6 Jun 2003

Just got the June 3rd build of Thunderbird for Windows. I must say it is really looking good. It’s fast (loads in a split second – much faster that Outlook Express), plus it does have a Firebird-feel to it that is strangely appealing. It also allows importing of address books and mail accounts from Outlook Express, Outlook and Eudora (only tested importing from Outlook Express, and it works perfectly).

Now that Firebird is my browser of choice, I’m really looking forward to an email client that has a similar appeal, and Thunderbird will be a big player in the email client scene in the near future as I foresee it.

2 Responses to Thunderbird email client



December 26th, 2003 at 2pm

can u tell me how to do coding for this site


S. Gordon von Miller

February 4th, 2004 at 11am

I like Thunderbird. When I click on a URL, I want to
use Firebird. Howto. And when I bootup, I want
Librantet to load Thunderbird – I followed the instructions, but they did not work. I don’t think
apt-get asked me if I wanted it to be my email
client of choice.