Mozilla has released the first beta of Thunderbird 3.1, code named Lanikai.
As expected, there’s nothing revolutionary in this release. Instead, it focuses on improved stability for the many changes Thunderbird underwent in version 3.0.
From the release notes:
- Several fixes to improve upgrading from Thunderbird 2.
- Several fixes for auto complete, tabs, and activity manager.
- Several design improvements and corrections to the interface.
- Stability and memory improvements.
You can try Thunderbird 3.1 from Mozilla Messaging available for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux in 25 languages.