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Test Pilot survey launched on March 27th, 2012

As we announced back in January, we will kick start Test Pilot, the Mozilla platform tool for collecting structured user feedback, on March 27th, 2012. Over the past several months, Test Pilot has provided valuable information to the Firefox developers with over a dozen Test Pilot studies launched covering tabbed browsing behavior, search interfaces, and […]

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New Thunderbird now available for download

Mozilla, a global, nonprofit organization dedicated to making the Web better, today released new versions of Mozilla Thunderbird, its free and open source email application, available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. The new Thunderbird, available in 52 different languages, is based on the  Mozilla Gecko 11 engine. This version of Thunderbird features a revised user […]

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How about a new email address ?

Back in 2011, we conducted some Thunderbird product research and found that a large proportion of respondents was expecting to obtain an new email address with Thunderbird. As unexpected as this finding was, we looked at it more closely and got convinced that this was a very nice feature.  Since Mozilla is not in the […]

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Using Thunderbird 3.1? It’s Time for a Change!

Starting on April 24, 2012, we will stop supporting Thunderbird version 3.1.x. What this means is, while you can continue to use Thunderbird 3.1, we will not be making improvements to Thunderbird 3.1 which would include security and performance fixes. Upgrade to the Latest Version of Thunderbird Now! By upgrading to the latest version of […]

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New Thunderbird now available for download

Mozilla, a global, nonprofit organization dedicated to making the Web better, today released new versions of Mozilla Thunderbird, its free and open source email application, available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. The new Thunderbird, available in 52 different languages, is based on the  Mozilla Gecko 10 engine and includes improvements to searching your emails and […]

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The Plan for the Mozilla Thunderbird Extended Support Release

We are pleased to announce that Thunderbird is following the Firefox Extended Support Release plan as documented in proposal for an Extended Support Release (ESR) of Firefox. As mentioned a few months ago in Thunderbird Enterprise specific wiki pages, the ESR version of Thunderbird is for use by enterprises, public institutions, Universities and other organizations […]

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Improving Performance and Feedback in Thunderbird

In the newest version of Thunderbird, we’ve added Test Pilot, Mozilla’s platform for collecting structured user feedback, and Telemetry a platform for collecting performance data. Over the past few years, Test Pilot has provided valuable information to the Firefox developers with over a dozen Test Pilot studies launched covering tabbed browsing behavior, search interfaces, and […]

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Latest Thunderbird Beta and Earlybird are Live

As part of Mozilla’s new rapid release development process, the Beta development channel and the Earlybird channel have been updated with the latest versions. For information about Thunderbird Beta and Earlybird please visit: Download Thunderbird Beta or Earlybird: http://www.mozilla.org/thunderbird/channel/ Release Notes: http://www.mozilla.org/thunderbird/10.0beta/releasenotes/ For desktop users, if you previously installed a beta or Earlybird version of […]

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New Thunderbird updates now available for download

Mozilla, a global, nonprofit organization dedicated to making the Web better, today released new versions of Mozilla Thunderbird, its free and open source email application, available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. The new Thunderbird, available in 51 different languages, is based on the Mozilla Gecko 9 engine and includes improvements to Personas, better keyboard support […]

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Thunderbird survey results

We want to thank you for having taken the time to answer the survey we conducted this last November amongst Thunderbird users. We wanted to better understand who you are, what you like, and what features you expect from Thunderbird. We have collected and scrutinized more than 2300 questionnaires in English, German, French and Japanese […]

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