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Improved Thunderbird Still Fails Enterprise Test

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As you may know, I have a love/hate relationship with Thunderbird, the Mozilla Foundation's open-source stand-alone e-mail client.

On the one hand, while Thunderbird is a fine replacement for Outlook Express, Eudora or Pegasus Mail, for light e-mail users, the 1.0x versions really failed at handling large jobs (such as 1,000+ e-mail folders).

I've been really looking forward to the next major revision of Thunderbird. Why Thunderbird still won't fly for enterprise use?

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