Despite my recent switch from Firefox to Safari 4--dudes, it really is that much faster--when it comes to managing my e-mail, I'm still a devotee of Mozilla's mail client, Thunderbird. I used Apple's Mail for a while, but ran into incompatibilities with my mail server, so I ended up switching over to Thunderbird.
So imagine my delight when I found out that just last week, the second beta version of Thunderbird 3 hit the Internet.
Plus, there's a better, more Mac-like interface, with tabs and a new chrome color scheme. And maybe I'm just imagining things, but it sure seems zippier to me. Of course it's a beta release, so there's bound to be some issues here and there, but so far I'm liking what I see.
This story, "Thunderbird 3 Beta 2 Has New Features, Bug Fixes" was originally published by Macworld.