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Since Mozilla won't accept feedback on their defective products at their website, I'll post my feedback here!
Problem: Can't move the Thunderbird window on my desktop.
I seriously think it's time for Thunderbird to go away. I just moved the window half off my screen so I could get at a file that was under it, and now it won't move back. I've had trouble moving the window before. Usually it will move one way but not the other. So you move it the direction it will go, and then if you continue in one motion you can get it to move the other way. Now it won't move at all.
On top of that, I've just discovered that all of the e-mails I've moved to saved folders from my inbox have not been saved. There is an entry for them in the list of saved e-mails, but none of the content has been saved. How do these people get away with this? How can they put something this defective out there, even for free? Why would anyone use it once they find out how bad it is?
Every new release of tbird gets buggier and buggier and buggier. That's why I avoid updating when I can. (17.0.6 currently.) If it ain't broke don't fix it. And believe me! After you try to "fix" (i.e., update) this bug-ridden dog of a program, it's going to break! I've been using tbird for years, but it's getting worse and worse with each new incarnation. Time to find something else, I think!
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