On 08.07.2012 22:51, Juan R. de Silva wrote:
> After reading this today:
> http://tiny.cc/4p74gw >
> I wonder if the last Ubuntu decision to replace Evolution with
> Thunderbird and Lighting as its default email and calendar suite
> was a wrong bet.
> Luckily I never used Thunderbird, since I never liked neither it
> nor Lighting.
1. Thunderbird will continue receiving new security updates.
2. They will not primarily add new features, but they haven't done
that very much ever before either.
If you ever tried Thunderbird, I would ask you how often have you seen
new features in it.
NOTICE! I am on mobile broadband with very limited time, so I cannot
read emails very much.
The best time to contact me is probably weekends when I have better
connectivity with good luck.
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