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Authored by: tollie on Feb 04, '04 02:45:30AM

Should [Mozilla] Thunderbird be listed as a separate choice, as it's unclear what is meant by Mozilla?

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Authored by: itistoday on Feb 04, '04 05:11:42PM

They're essentially the same thing. Mozilla's plan is to separate it's various components (Web, Email, etc) into separate applications. Mozilla web is Firebird, and email has is now Thunderbird. They use essentially identical code however.

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Authored by: robg on Feb 04, '04 06:44:34PM

Technically, I probably should have split Mozilla (old integrated browser/etc) from Firebird (new browser-only). However, they're all Mozilla products, and as can be seen so far, usage is quite low ...


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You mean Firebird
Authored by: John_Blaze on Feb 05, '04 12:55:19PM

Safari is great don't get me wrong... it's just that Firebird has more features in it and pages are viewed more correctly. Plus, Safari's slow bookmarks bother me as I use them all the time.

I give Apple until version 2.0 and maybe I'll start using it more.

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Authored by: Rob23UConn on Feb 05, '04 04:41:55PM

Thunderbird is not Mozilla's web client, it is their email client. Instead, Firebird is their web client.

Personally, I use Safari, Omniweb and Firebird...

My order is as follows:


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