Mozilla® Thunderbird 6.0 launched in Beta Channel
Did you find the Windows 7 Jump Lists feature quite convenient and handy to access the commands? Are you quite pleased with the performance and approach of Windows 7 Jump Lists? So, what about having the Jump Lists-like functionality in your e-mail client? Now, you can avail this easy to use command list also in Mozilla Thunderbird. Mozilla has reportedly announced to launch the new version of Thunderbird 6.0, the open source news and e-mail client, to Beta channel. The probable date of the launch is to be scheduled after August 16th, 2011.
The first Beta version of Mozilla Thunderbird 6.0 is created to cater to developers, testers, and early users. It is developed on the foundation of Gecko browser engine as was used in Mozilla Firefox 6 browser. The user interface witnesses numerous updated features. The worrying bugs of the prior versions are now washed off. Importing e-mail from Microsoft Outlook no longer remains hazardous. The Beta version of Mozilla Thunderbird 6.0 can be availed through the project's website for the users of Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux. The version released on trial basis awaits the feedback and bug infection reports to make the version free of all the possible cons before the ultimate release.
Mozilla Thunderbird 6.0 is developed to provide safer, faster and easier e-mailing experience like never before. Let us have a brief insight of the Mozilla Thunderbird 6.0 features:
Other than the above mentioned features, Mozilla Thunderbird 6.0 has more cats inside its bag. Few are enlisted below:
You are also allowed to add necessary features in Mozilla Thunderbird through extensions to fulfill your specific needs. Mozilla Thunderbird 6.0 is furnished with features to develop it as a safe, sound and highly efficient e-mail client as well as RSS feed reader. You are left free to customize and maintain your mails effectively according to your own preferences.