Mozilla's open-source Outlook alternative Thunderbird gains an impressively fast and new way to search your e-mail, a new migration assistant, and a download manager in its latest update. Arriving on-time for its development calendar, Thunderbird 3.1 for Windows, Mac, and Linux debuts several helpful new features, along with performance improvements and bug-fixes. Thunderbird 3.1's Quick Filter gives users a robust and fast way to search for e-mail. mastergift.
The biggest change to Thunderbird is the Quick Filter bar. Although the global search field was impressive when it was introduced in Thunderbird 3, Quick Filter accelerates the search process by making a true number of filters readily available. It lives just below the tab bar, above your set of e-mails. Type a query into the search field and filters to confine the search to Sender, Recipients, Subject, and Body appear below the filter. These can be applied or combined for broader results individually. filenorthern.
To the left of the search field are more filters, suitable for keyword-free searches. They focus on specific kinds of e-mails, including Unread, Starred, Contact, Tags, and Attachment. panamafreeware there. There's also a pin, which will allow you keep a filter active even as you switch folders. The new migration assistant is also big news for users who are making the jump to Thunderbird. It's hard to convince a new user that your program is worthwhile if it doesn't make importing easy, and thankfully version 3. The assistant now will let you roll back interface changes from Thunderbird 2 also, such as bringing back the previous toolbar, and it will link you to add-ons such as Compact Header that restore some functionality that was lost in last December's upgrade to Thunderbird 3.
Thunderbird 3.1 now comes with the same download manager that Firefox users are familiar with. Thunderbird shares the same engine as Firefox, Gecko 1.9.2, an improvement from Thunderbird 3.0's Gecko 22.214.171.124.
The latest version also ports Firefox's download manager to Thunderbird, giving users much better control over downloading attachments. Users should expect generally better performance from Thunderbird 3.1 as a result of various bug-fixes that were implemented, most with the search bar and message indexing notably. If you have a deep inbox, though, you can still expect Thunderbird to take several hours to index your messages the first time you use it. Групповой Интеллектуальный Тест Гит.
Mozilla has made the full list of changes available at Thunderbird Web site. Twitter 2.0 for BlackBerry is official.