I read a thread from 2009 in which the moderator said that eset had discontinued support for Mozilla Thunderbird "temporarily." I see from the chart on the eset website that eset still doesn't support Thunderbird from version 6.x on. Thunderbird is now up to version 9.x. There are a lot of people running Windows PCs who despise the Windows Live Mail client and who are using Thunderbird instead. What's the problem with making Smart Security compatible with Thunderbird? We are basically paying for functionality (the anti-spam feature) that we aren't getting. And it looks like eset just doesn't care. I'd appreciate an explanation.