Thunderbird still has potential to fly despite developers leaving the nest

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by ronjor, Oct 9, 2007.

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  1. ronjor

    ronjor Global Moderator

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  2. HAN

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    I hope T-Bird does indeed have a happy, healthy future. IMO, it's one of the best email clients available. Contrary to what the Mozilla Foundation thinks, not everyone likes/uses webmail...
     
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    Although I like Thunderbird, I don't care. Nothing lasts forever in life, including software.
    If Thunderbird stops, I replace it with another email-software, choices enough.
    If Thunderbird doesn't stop, I keep on using it.
    Softwares are just tools for me and I can't be a fan of any software, because there is always a personal wishlist.
    I like FDISR too, but if I ever find a better software, I ditch FDISR immediately without hesitation and replace it with the better one. :)
     
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