Thunderbird Go!

With Mozilla Thunderbird‘s 1.0 release announcement yesterday, I figured it might be time to look at it again. I’ve been fairly happy using Evolution the last few years, but it’s been missing a few features that Thunderbird has, mainly a decent tool for dealing with junk mail. In addition, Jeremy Zawodny wrote about the Enigmail Project recently, which might help get e-mail encryption to the masses, which would be a good thing. The only problem I seem to have right now is that Evolution 1.4.6 only exports contacts in vCard form, and Thunderbird doesn’t seem to be able to import them. Figure I’ll have to look into this a little more, and maybe when I upgrade my system to Fedora Core 3, I’ll take the jump then.


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