Mozilla Seamonkey

http://www.mozilla.org/projects/seamonkey/

Check it out.

I will download when I get home from work. I am a big fan of firefox and thunderbird so it will be interesting to see how they work in the one application

You don’t need to use Thunderbird or Outlook Express if you don’t want now as it has apps like email and an html editor built in, just download it, go to the ‘Window’ Tab and its all there. Also the app has a nice ‘feel’ and two built in themes, one crap one and a nice blue one, which for simpletons like me, makes things more pleasant.

[quote]helga wrote:
I will download when I get home from work. I am a big fan of firefox and thunderbird so it will be interesting to see how they work in the one application[/quote]

Actually I realised you sort of said what I said after, but yeah, unless you use a Windows CE device or particularly like Outlook or OE and Thunderbird its the mutts nuts.

I tried it but prefer standard firefox/ If i ever get my mutant brain to work out how to import bookmarks i’d give it a run maybe.

I found importing the bookmarks easy, what I cant do is import my emails to the Seamonkey mail application. A google search has lead me to a lot of things that either dont answer the question, or I have no idea what the people are talking about.

Anyone know how to do this or a link to a decent explanation of how to do it?

[quote]supermick wrote:
I tried it but prefer standard firefox/ If i ever get my mutant brain to work out how to import bookmarks i’d give it a run maybe.[/quote]

Go into Bookmarks tab in Firefox, third one down click manager bookmarks, when you are in that new window, click file, then export. It’ll bring up a save box and call the files bookmarks.htm or something, save that to your desktop and then do the same procedure with the tabs in Seamonkey but with Import instead.

[quote]Stiggy wrote:
http://www.mozilla.org/projects/seamonkey/

Check it out.[/quote]

It looks exactly like Netscape to me.

[quote]TJCooker wrote:
Stiggy wrote:
http://www.mozilla.org/projects/seamonkey/

Check it out.

It looks exactly like Netscape to me.[/quote]

Mozilla browsers were based on Netscape. It has far more functionality.