Category Archives: Mailnews development

Following Wikipedia, Thunderbird Could Raise $1,600,000 in annual donations

What will it take to keep Thunderbird stable and vibrant? Although there is a dedicated, hard-working team of volunteers trying hard to keep Thunderbird alive, there has been very little progress on improvements since Mozilla drastically reduced their funding. I’ve been an advocate for some time that Thunderbird needs income to fulfill its potential, and… Read More »

EarlyLight (unofficial multiversion Lightning addon) for Thunderbird 14 -16

My EarlyLight addon, which is an unofficial build of the Lightning calendar extension, supporting multiple Thunderbird versions, is now available for Thunderbird 14 – 16. This is based on the current Lightning 1.8a2 source (which is now in the aurora directories). Download here: OSX Linux Windows I’ll probably stop supporting this once Thunderbird switches to… Read More »

EarlyLight, an unofficial Lightning (aurora) build supporting multiple Thunderbird versions

I got tired of waiting for Lightning to fix their aurora build problems so I decided to practice my newly-acquired Mozilla build foo to build my own. In the process, I extended the usual Lightning build so that I have Lightning that can work with current TB release, beta, and aurora versions, that is Thunderbird… Read More »

ExQuilla (Microsoft Exchange Server for Thunderbird) beta version released

I am pleased to announce that ExQuilla, a Thunderbird addon that provides access to messages and contacts in Microsoft Exchange Server, is now available. This is a beta-quality release.  ExQuilla is currently only available for Windows, in English, and supports Thunderbird version 9, 10, and 11. Linux and Mac versions are planned for the future.… Read More »