Tag Archive: mail client

Jul 11 2012

Mozilla Drops Thunderbird over web-based solutions

This week has been somewhat of a disappointment for many people who use Mozilla’s Thunderbird. Mozilla has made the announcement that they’re slowing down development on Thunderbird to put more effort into the Firefox operating system. Mozilla Thunderbird has been a standard for e-mail clients for years, competing directly with Microsoft Outlook and other popular …

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Feb 24 2012

6 plug-ins for making the most of Thunderbird

Plug-ins, plug-ins, plug-ins… They are one of the best things an app can have. Ever expanding the abilities of an app to do things that the original authors perhaps not have thought of. Now in the world of e-mail clients, Thunderbird rules, in terms of being an e-mail client and having plug-ins. The updates for …

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Feb 16 2012

How to: Send PaperPort Documents to Thunderbird [easy]

There’s a problem with PaperPort  that’s lacking a little bit, but for the most part I believe the overall interface of PaperPort is outstanding, the flow of the application works for me and I can organize my stuff the way I’d like to, but the problem I have is fairly simple and Nuance has been …

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Dec 13 2010

Thunderbird Contacts – Enabling Cookies

One of the more interesting add-ons to Mozilla’s Thunderbird recently has been the contact services. the purpose of the contact services is to allow you to reach out to Internet and collective social information about your contacts. Currently the contact service for Thunderbird only supports Facebook, Gmail, LinkedIn, Plaxo, Twitter and Yahoo. The service seems …

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Sep 30 2010

The Release Of Windows Live Essentials 2011 [Critical]

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According to the release from Microsoft today, Windows Live Essentials 2011 has been officially released for public consumption. Download them here. You can expect all new PCs to include Windows Live Essentials 2011 with all Windows 7 preinstalled operating systems. Windows Live applications are what Microsoft considers to be bare essentials; applications and functions that …

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