E-mail client war intensifies with the release of Mozilla® Thunderbird 5.0
Mozilla Thunderbird 5.0, with a collection of new features, is expected to provide you a much faster e-mail service
Mozilla has recently released what it claims to be the final version of the desktop e-mail client, Thunderbird 5.0. This version of the e-mail client is faster, more efficient and has a good collection of features. Still, if you think a few more features could have been incorporated, it shouldn’t be much of a concern. It is because; the enhancements that have been made are more than sufficient to cover up for the features that you think are missing in the client. Here are some new features that will give you reasons to celebrate:
- The e-mail client has a better add-on manager.
- Drag and drop utility to separate windows.
- The troubleshooting page is now much more advanced and informative.
- The account creation wizard has undergone a complete overhaul making its effect more pronounced.
- The attachment display feature comes with size information and there are several effective ways to fix bugs.
Apart from the subtle change in the main interface, what will immediately draw your attention is the refined add-on manager. This feature will provide details about impending extensions that otherwise would escape your attention. You can collect valuable extension suggestions and go through the directory of Mozilla Thunderbird themes and personals for customization purpose using this feature.
With the drag and drop utility, you can easily drag a tab and separate it from a collection of tabs for single view. This feature is a major attraction of Mozilla Thunderbird 5.0. The e-mail client now has got itself a built-in troubleshooting page that diagnoses and fixes problems that it encounters. It feeds you with information about added mail and news accounts, extensions, and modified preferences.
There are also the expected enhancements that include a revised account creation wizard, along with the option to display attachments complete with size information and attached images. There are also the plug-ins that come loaded with the RSS feeds by default.
With such advancements and added utilities, Mozilla Thunderbird 5.0 is definitely worth a try.