Mozilla Thunderbird 2 Released!!!

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  1. Legendkiller

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    Wouldn't this be the latest version of RC1?, i can't find a final version.

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    Yep, i've seen that link, but where is the official announcement?,that is why i asked.

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    Can I put my Gmail, AOL and Hotmail accounts in it?
     
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    Thanks Rainwalker, for clarifying this.

    greet
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    If they support POP or IMAP, yes ;) It should say it somewhere on the website. I am pretty sure AOL supports both, g-mail supports pop, and hotmail supports pop

    Cheers,

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    Today is my first look at T-Bird 2.0. I must say that I am quite impressed! (IMO, this is a much better effort than Firefox 2.0...)
     
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    I have been useing TB 2.0 for a while now and it works even better than the previous versions. A very good upgrade.:thumb:
     
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    Me too, and I couldn't agree more.

    I think you'll find that new versions always turn up on the releases page a day or so before any news pops up on their main site.
     
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    Agreed. I love the new features.
     
  14. JimmyD

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    RC1 is the final. No changes were made. If you have RC1, you have the final release.
     
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