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Originally Posted by jaboua Hey we all forgot thunderbird!!! the problem with TB is that while it is a great program, it doesn't quite "wow" other people the way firefox ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    Hey we all forgot thunderbird!!!
    the problem with TB is that while it is a great program, it doesn't quite "wow" other people the way firefox does. The only way Ive ever gotten people to use thunderbird is by getting them to use firefox first, so that they'll begin to trust and enjoy mozilla software

    firefox, on the other hand, All i have to do is open it up and start open tabs, and most people are sold

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    Thunderbird is also a preference matter. Personally, I prefer keeping all my mail on the Internet so I can access everything (even sent messages) from anywhere.

    But yeah, as was said, tabbed browsing is the Gods' gift to mankind.

    Has anyone ever typed "about:mozilla" into the URL bar in Firefox? It will amaze and astound you.

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    He he ... thanks for your posts guys - It's given me something to think about. I like the Knoppix idea as well, so that's a cool idea. Someone here is going to see the source in action
    I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it. - Pablo Picasso

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