Like Firefox, the company has updated its popular email tool which is ‘Thunderbird’ and it has now leaped to the version 7. And that’s not it because Mozilla’s Sea Monkey has been updated to version 2.4, so it is confirmed that Mozilla had been working really hard to get all these updates out of the door at once.
Unlike any other software, Thunderbird’s latest edition now features a bunch of notable changes compared to its previous releases including the assistance taken from Gecko 7 engine and other various UI tweaks. The new version also covers up all concerning security issues and has got a better speed in working than its previous version.
Mozilla also claims that the new version now allows you to print a summary of selected emails. On the surface it is surely an incorrect assumption, selecting more than one message in Thunder 6 and then getting its summary by a print-out.
We went deep inside and realized the actual behavior in Thunderbird 6 was counted as a bug. It seemed more like that the Thunderbird 7 has simply reverted this default behavior to that of Thunderbird 5 where you could select multiple messages at once and print their results on separate basis. Even we were confused that how the print summary feature has been enabled now, despite being engrossed in digging we were unable to solve the mystery.
Thunderbird 7 comes with one acknowledge bug. The release note says “If you do not able to see content for your RSS feeds in the Wide View Layout, go and disable the Lightening Calendar add-on and then restart this software.”
Thunderbird 7.0 is available to download and like always it is a freebie. It is available for Windows, Mac and Linux users.
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