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Mozilla puts the brakes on Thunderbird

Katherine Noyes | July 10, 2012
Mozilla may be best-known for its popular Firefox browser, but some 20 million users around the globe also know it for Thunderbird, its free and open source desktop email client.

Who knows? Maybe we'll even see Ubuntu Linux maker Canonical step in, as at least one observer has suggested.

In any case, Mozilla is interested in any feedback, particularly from potential developers interested in picking the project up. It aims to share a final plan of action in early September, Piacentino says. I'll let you know if I hear any significant news before that.

 

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