Mozilla, a global, nonprofit organization dedicated to making the Web better, today released new versions of Mozilla Thunderbird, its free and open source email application, available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
The new Thunderbird, available in 52 different languages, is based on the Mozilla Gecko 11 engine. This version of Thunderbird features a revised user interface with Tabs above the main menu bar to facilitate navigation and make it more contextual.
It brings a whole new experience.
Thunderbird 3.1.20 security update is also now available from http://mozilla.org/thunderbird/all-older.html.
The Thunderbird 3.1.x series will no longer be supported from April 24, 2012. Beyond this date, security and stability will not be guaranteed and the Thunderbird 3.1.x series will become more exposed to Internet security threats.
We recommend that all Thunderbird users upgrade to these latest releases as soon as possible. To get the latest versions of Thunderbird for Windows, Mac or Linux download Thunderbird from http://mozilla.org/thunderbird or go into the About dialog to check your latest version.