Posted Jun 6, 2012 12:23 UTC (Wed) by debacle (subscriber, #7114)
Parent article: Firefox 13 released
It's all nice and shiny with Thunderbird, but it would be even better, if enterprise features would get in, making Thunderbird a real alternative to the much-hated MS-Outlook. Many companies use free or partially free groupware, such as Zarafa, SOGo etc., but on the client side free software is lacking. There seems to be little interest at the side of Thunderbird development, or am I wrong? Editing LDAP contacts is on the wishlist for more than ten years now (86405), CalDAV and CardDAV sync needs the SOGo connector plugin, AFAIK.
PS: Congratulations to the new release and its cool features! If Thunderbird helps only a little bit in reducing monster attachments, we all should sing and dance. I need this for mutt, though.