If you were going to consider an email client, what would be your final choice? There aren't too many email clients available and the market is dominated by the paid-for Microsoft Outlook and the free Mozilla Thunderbird. Recenty Qualcomm stopped developing the Eudora email client and decided to help with the next version of Thunderbird. Indeed, at one stage there were rumours that there wouldn't be a new version of the free email client.
Mozilla Messaging is the new corporation that will bring you Thunderbird 3 and it will be out sometime during late 2008. The new version of this email client will integrate a PIM and calendar, a radically improved search engine, enhanced user-interface and much more. If you've an existing Thunderbird developer, why not get involved?
Mozilla Messaging link.
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