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Vrodok the Troll
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      12-02-2004

According to Strouds CWS Apps (<http://cws.internet.com/>), Mozilla has
released a new version of Thunderbird. However, if one relies on the
Mozilla/Thunderbird 'Official' page[s], no mention at all is made of this
latest "release".

Is it a wise idea to download (zip file; apparently no executable-installer
available as of this moment) and install this most-recent "update/upgrade"?
 
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Bryan Harrison
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      12-02-2004
Vrodok the Troll wrote:
> According to Strouds CWS Apps (<http://cws.internet.com/>), Mozilla has
> released a new version of Thunderbird. However, if one relies on the
> Mozilla/Thunderbird 'Official' page[s], no mention at all is made of this
> latest "release".
>
> Is it a wise idea to download (zip file; apparently no executable-installer
> available as of this moment) and install this most-recent "update/upgrade"?


Look closer at www.mozilla.org

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Neon Knight
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      12-02-2004
Vrodok the Troll <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in
news:(E-Mail Removed):

> According to Strouds CWS Apps (<http://cws.internet.com/>), Mozilla
> has released a new version of Thunderbird. However, if one relies on
> the Mozilla/Thunderbird 'Official' page[s], no mention at all is
> made of this latest "release".


The main Thunderbird page isn't updated yet but the announcement has
been made in the official forums.

http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?t=175076
 
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Vrodok the Troll
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      12-02-2004
On Thu, 2 Dec 2004 10:54:26 +0000 (UTC), in alt.fan.mozilla, Bryan Harrison
<(E-Mail Removed)>, by way of Message-id
<coms92$6pq$(E-Mail Removed)>, wrote:

>Vrodok the Troll wrote:
>> According to Strouds CWS Apps (<http://cws.internet.com/>), Mozilla has
>> released a new version of Thunderbird. However, if one relies on the
>> Mozilla/Thunderbird 'Official' page[s], no mention at all is made of this
>> latest "release".
>>
>> Is it a wise idea to download (zip file; apparently no executable-installer
>> available as of this moment) and install this most-recent "update/upgrade"?

>
>Look closer


Amazing what may occur in so short a time; when I wrote the above, there was no
mention on the site, but when I refreshed after sending, doc's had appeared.

> at www.mozilla.org


 
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Chrissy Cruiser
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      12-02-2004
On 2 Dec 2004 02:58:12 -0600, Vrodok the Troll wrote:

> Is it a wise idea to download (zip file; apparently no executable-installer
> available as of this moment) and install this most-recent "update/upgrade"?


Pioneer = arrow in back of head.
 
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Vrodok the Troll
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      12-02-2004
On Thu, 02 Dec 2004 04:56:16 -0600, in alt.fan.mozilla, Neon Knight
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<Xns95B3323B422BF19knightofneon20@216.196.97.136 >, wrote:

>Vrodok the Troll <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in
>news:(E-Mail Removed) :
>
>> According to Strouds CWS Apps (<http://cws.internet.com/>), Mozilla
>> has released a new version of Thunderbird. However, if one relies on
>> the Mozilla/Thunderbird 'Official' page[s], no mention at all is
>> made of this latest "release".

>
>The main Thunderbird page


Mighty confuzling for those who aren't up on latest alpha's and/or betas.

> isn't updated yet but the announcement has
>been made in the official forums.
>
>http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?t=175076


Thank you.
 
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Vrodok the Troll
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      12-02-2004
On Thu, 2 Dec 2004 11:03:42 -0500, in alt.fan.mozilla, Chrissy Cruiser
<(E-Mail Removed)>, by way of Message-id
<t1g3p3dz5x6i.vsjuvph35a5z$(E-Mail Removed)>, wrote:

>On 2 Dec 2004 02:58:12 -0600, Vrodok the Troll wrote:
>
>> Is it a wise idea to download (zip file; apparently no executable-installer
>> available as of this moment) and install this most-recent "update/upgrade"?

>
>Pioneer = arrow in back of head.


So *very* true
 
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Tom Allen
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      12-05-2004
Vrodok the Troll wrote:
> On Thu, 2 Dec 2004 11:03:42 -0500, in alt.fan.mozilla, Chrissy Cruiser
> <(E-Mail Removed)>, by way of Message-id
> <t1g3p3dz5x6i.vsjuvph35a5z$(E-Mail Removed)>, wrote:
>
>
>>On 2 Dec 2004 02:58:12 -0600, Vrodok the Troll wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Is it a wise idea to download (zip file; apparently no executable-installer
>>>available as of this moment) and install this most-recent "update/upgrade"?

>>
>>Pioneer = arrow in back of head.

>
>
> So *very* true


Oh, I dunno... I installed it on top of 0.9 and it's been fine for hours
now <g>. I did try to force it to take some of the older extensions and
ended up reinstalling it, but I really did know better.

Tom
 
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