Despite all we hear and see, ‘emailing’ is here to stay. If anything, its use is growing by the day as each users’ inbox is flooded by the day with new emails. That said, do you remember Thunderbird? The email client from Mozilla, which in its prime years was a lifesaver in regards to managing your emails.
Of course these days Google has upped its game so much that its Gmail official app gave Mozilla’s Thunderbird a fierce run for its money; leaving it in the dust. Well, it turns out, Mozilla is working around the clock for a major Thunderbird email client come back in 2019.
Mozilla moved the email client development project to another department, which is given less attention, called the Mozilla Foundation in 2017. By the end of 2018, that department has had only eight full-time employees working as engineers.
On the official Thunderbird blog, Mozilla has revealed that early this year, it plans to increase the total number of full-time employees (engineers) working on the email client to 14. This team will work on “making Thunderbird more stable, faster, and easier to use.”
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