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30 Giu/10

Thunderbird 3 JavaScript, What’s The Deal?

Thunderbird 3 JavaScript, What’s The Deal?

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Veteran users of the Thunderbird email client might remember that JavaScript was supported in version 2. Users who have recently upgraded to version 3 of Thunderbird might also have noted that JavaScript is no longer executed by the software, at least in email contexts. So what’s the deal with JavaScript and Thunderbird? The Thunderbird developers have apparently decided to remove JavaScript support in Thunderbird 3. Due...

1 Set/09

Taking Advantage Of Thunderbird’s Email Display Options

Taking Advantage Of Thunderbird’s Email Display Options

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); If you are a Windows user who uses a desktop email client chance is that you either use Mozilla Thunderbird or Microsoft Outlook. Mozilla Thunderbird is in many aspects what Firefox is to web browsers. A highly configurable desktop email client. This article will explain several of Thunderbird’s email display options that will provide additional information on a glance. These settings are in the open but missed...