Dec 27, 2004 (09:12 AM EST)
First Look: Mozilla's Thunderbird 1.0
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Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Smallbiztechnology.com.
I've seen the hundreds and hundreds of press mentions about Mozilla's latest application, the Thunderbird e-mail client, and finally downloaded it as I did Mozilla's Firefox Web browser a few weeks ago.
Well, I hadn't used Thunderbird for more than three minutes when I fell in love with it. I highly suggest that you visit www.mozilla.org and download your own copy.
I loved it so much that I've replaced Eudora with Thunderbird on my Hot Resources For Small Businesses page. Here's why:
Ramon Ray is a technology analyst, writer, speaker, and the editor of Smallbiztechnology.com. He is the author of "Technology Solutions for Growing Businesses," has written hundreds of technology articles and thousands of technology news items, and is a contributing editor to the New York Enterprise Report. As a former technology consultant, Ramon has years of hands-on experience in building networks, installing software, upgrading computers, configuring mobile technology, and supporting the technology small businesses use on a daily basis.