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Bird Has Wings, But Can It Fly?

Jul 31, 2007, 06:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Eddy Nigg)

[ Thanks to Eddy Nigg for this link. ]

"Thunderbird is a quite capable mail client for most common platforms such as Windows, Macintosh and Linux, which is part of the Mozilla product family. Together with the Lightning Calendar extension and Sync Kolab allows not only to read and write mail or keep up with news groups, but also track the schedule of yourself and others. Syncing with the new Google Calendar has never been so easy, not to mention the use of Gmail. But Thunderbird can also fetch mail from any server, preferable via IMAP, which also allows to share the address book and calendar with others and provides always the same current state of Inbox, Drafts and sent messages, no matter if you use multiple systems (say from work and home)..."

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