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    Whats the difference??

    Whats the difference in

    Mozilla, Mozilla Firebird, and Mozilla Thunderbird??


    Sorry, if this is in the wrong forum. If it is, please move it promptly. I was done without intent.
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    Re: Whats the difference??

    Originally posted by SDP2006
    I was done without intent.
    You will hear no argument from me

    I remember someone saying Mozilla Firebird is just Mozilla minus all the rest of the additional junk packaged with it like mail and stuff.
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    Re: Whats the difference??

    Originally posted by SDP2006
    I was done without intent.
    It was done without intent.

    Oh, hahahaha.

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    Firebird also has the vital IE, ctrl+return for .com domains I can't live without that

    But if you went to http://mozilla.org/ and read the left hadn side, you'd know what these app's are

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    I did go to mozilla.org

    I just wanted you guys opinions
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    And I couldn't live without mozilla's mapping of ctrl-return to open in current tab. (I use TabBrowser Extensions to open a new tab by default...)
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    Here's the scoop.

    Mozilla 1.4 is a "stable branch" milestone which people can use to develop new products.

    Mozilla 1.5 beta is an experimental milestone specifically for testing.

    Mozilla Firebird is a pre-alpha browser application. It does not include mail/news or Composer, and I believe it doesn't include any of the standard Mozilla extensions.

    Mozilla Thunderbird is a pre-alpha mail/news application. It does not include a browser or Composer, and I believe it doesn't include any of the standard Mozilla extensions.
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