Thunderbird 15 BETA 1 released with Australis (by default) and Ubuntu One support
Weeks ago, Mozilla announced a new strategy plan for Thunderbird, that is to be community-based in the future, community-based as related to new features, yet, Mozilla to continue to sustain Thunderbird with security and stability-specific development.
Thunderbird 15 BETA 1 has just been released, introducing new exciting features, that are to definitely enhance its overall "attitude" and to move Ubuntu's default email client a step closer to Ubuntu.
Australis (at-the-moment work in progress) has replaced the "old" theme, being the default theme for the new 15 BETA 1 version, introducing, fancy fresh rounded tabs, transforming Thunderbird in a more enjoyable, good-looking application.
Weeks ago, Thunderbird gained support to use paid online services, useful to allow users to store big-sized attachments, furthermore, the new 15 BETA 1 version gained Ubuntu One support, that is to be used for the mentioned attachment functionality.
In order to enable Ubuntu One support, navigate to
Months ago, Mozilla Firefox successfully introduced Do Not Track support (functionality adopted by Epiphany Web Browser, too), user privacy-oriented approach landed in Thunderbird 15 BETA 1, enable Do Not Track (disabled by default) under
Thunderbird-->Edit-->Preferences-->Security-->check Tell web sites I do not want to be tracked
Thunderbird 15 BETA 1 is available for download on http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/channel/
- Thunderbird 15 BETA 1 landed in Ubuntu 12.10 (how to use the Ubuntu One support)
- Ubuntu One Music Store's Rhythmbox plugin to be removed in Ubuntu 12.04, Ubuntu 12.10 and Ubuntu 13.04
- Australis demoed with sub-view support
- Official prototype shows exciting upcoming Australis components
- Australis landed in Firefox Nightly UX