Mozilla Integration

Discussion in 'Firefox' started by cat_dog_ass, Mar 1, 2005.

  1. cat_dog_ass

    cat_dog_ass Guest

    Is the Mozilla foundation building an Integrated Environment that will
    allow the users to use all its standalone products (browser, mail
    client and calendar) in unison. That way, there will be no need for the
    user to login each time.
     
    cat_dog_ass, Mar 1, 2005
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  2. cat_dog_ass

    Moz Champion Guest

    cat_dog_ass wrote:
    > Is the Mozilla foundation building an Integrated Environment that will
    > allow the users to use all its standalone products (browser, mail
    > client and calendar) in unison. That way, there will be no need for the
    > user to login each time.
    >


    It already exists, and actually it was the pre-cursor to the separate
    products (Firefox, Thunderbird, Nvu)

    Its known as Mozilla, Version 1.7.5 is the latest release and 1.8 is in
    alpha testing now

    Firefox and Thunderbird got their start by being based on the Mozilla
    code, and then going their seperate ways.
     
    Moz Champion, Mar 1, 2005
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