The Thunderbird team needs to figure out how to make it possible for extension maintainers to port their extensions to newer Thunderbird versions without a huge amount of effort. Many Thunderbird users rely on extensions, and they are going to keep using Thunderbird 60 until the extensions they rely on are supported in newer versions.
I run a virtual server on Linode which hosts, among other things, the blog you are currently reading. The server doesn’t get a lot of traffic and is rarely busy or overloaded, so when I get an alert from Linode that its CPU has been pegged for the past two hours, as I did early… Read More »
About a month ago, I dived into the world of Mozilla add-on development by adopting the abandoned Thunderbird “Send Later” add-on and porting it to Thunderbird 3.1. The learning curve was pretty steep, and it took a lot more work than I expected to stabilize the add-on, but I think it was worth it, considering… Read More »
I just released a port of the “Send Later” Mozilla Thunderbird add-on for Thunderbird 3.1+. The old version is not compatible with Thunderbird 3, and its author and maintainer appears to have abandoned it. I’d love for him to integrate my changes into his version and resume maintaining it, but in the meantime, for the… Read More »
I keep my primary address book in Outlook, but I wanted to export it to Thunderbird so that when I’m using Thunderbird at home, I have easy access to all the email addresses I’ve stored in Outlook. It’s easy to import from Outlook to Thunderbird on Windows, since Thunderbird will happily allow you to do… Read More »