Back in the early days of the Internet, where Netscape once reigned supreme as the web browser of choice before Internet Explorer took over its throne, the world was very much smaller (at least figuratively, and not literally). Well, anyone remember using the Thunderbird app? It was one of the more popular open source email, calendar, and contact management apps out there, which is more or less a free and open source version of an alternative to Microsoft Outlook. After all, it could run on many platforms, including Linux, Mac and Windows.
I guess desktop email clients have lost their popularity along the way, where web-based email such as Yahoo!, Hotmail and Gmail are far more convenient to use, and the functions introduced in such web email services have proved to be quite useful as well. Mozilla, the ones behind Thunderbird, has decided to shift their attention, focusing on web and mobile projects instead (mainly their Firefox browser and Firefox OS for the future), while decreasing their emphasis on the Thunderbird email app.
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