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    Mozilla may be giving up on Thunderbird

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    Looks a lot more definite than "maybe" if you read the Mozilla post.

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    Hope this doesn't become a problem. It's bad enough migrating mailboxes from one computer to another; I wouldn't look forward to having to migrate from one client to another (been there, done that, one of the biggest pains ever)!

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    Mozilla appears to be depending on its user community to take over the development.

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    The current release version of Thunderbird is 13.0.1. the beta version is 14, and the Earlybird (Alpha) version is 15. Will Mozilla complete and release versions 14, and 15, or will they abandon the development they have done, and will 13 be the final release version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prescott View Post
    The current release version of Thunderbird is 13.0.1. the beta version is 14, and the Earlybird (Alpha) version is 15. Will Mozilla complete and release versions 14, and 15, or will they abandon the development they have done, and will 13 be the final release version?
    yo should check the Mozilla site for details like this. I don't think anything is cast in concrete yet/

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