Ua hōʻea ʻo Thunderbird! Pepehi kanaka kekahi mau hiʻohiʻona, e luku ʻia kekahi.

KaukokiI ka pō nei ua hāpai wau Mozilla Thunderbird e hoʻāʻo iā ia. ʻO Thunderbird ʻo ʻO Firefox hoahānau ... ka mea kūʻai mai Email. I ka manawa aʻu i hoʻoiho ai i kahi kumuhana a ʻelua paha a hoʻololi i kaʻu mau makemake āpau, ua holo maikaʻi wau. He mea kūʻai aku leka uila maikaʻi loa ia, me nā hiʻohiʻona hou aʻe o ka hoʻopili a me ka lepili ʻana o Gmail.

ʻO ka lepe ʻana ka hiki ke hoʻokuʻu i kekahi mau huaʻōlelo āu e hana ai a hāʻawi iā lākou i kekahi mea, i kēia hihia he leka uila. ʻAe kēia iā ʻoe e ʻimi maʻalahi a loaʻa i nā mea ma ka tag āu i hāʻawi ai. ʻO kahi hiʻohiʻona maikaʻi ... ʻo ka tag ʻana kekahi mea a mākou e ʻike nei i kēia mau lā ma ka Pūnaewele (makemake wau e hoʻohana Del.icio.us ka tag ʻana o nā URL).

Aia kahi hiʻohiʻona i loaʻa iaʻu ma Thunderbird i hoʻohoka loa iaʻu, ʻoiai… ka palapala ʻāina ʻana i ka wā e lawe mai ana i kaʻu puke helu wahi. Makehewa a maʻalahi hoʻi ka interface i ka hopena.

ʻO ka puke helu helu nui ʻo Thunderbird Import

No ka palapala ʻāina ʻana i ke kahua, koho ʻoe i ke kahua mai kāu faila a neʻe i luna a i lalo paha e hoʻopili iā ia me ka māla ma Thunderbird. ʻO ka pilikia wale nō ke neʻe ʻoe i kāu kahua i luna a i lalo paha, hoʻoneʻe ia i ka māla ma mua i kahi ʻaoʻao ʻē aʻe. I kekahi manawa, ua pālua ia i nā māla i kaʻu ʻike. ʻAʻole maopopo iaʻu ka mea i noʻonoʻo i kēia hoʻolālā akā he mea hoʻomakeʻaka ia. Loaʻa iā lākou nā pahu hoʻohui wale me nā māla o Thunderbird i loko o lākou. Ke koho ʻoe i kēlā me kēia kahua mai kāu faila kūmole, hiki iā ʻoe ke koho maʻalahi i ka māla ʻo Thunderbird e palapala iā ia.

ʻO Thunderbird, e ʻoluʻolu KILL i kēia interface weliweli. Ua haʻalele wau i ka lawe ʻana mai i kaʻu mau kula āpau a lawe wale i ka inoa a me ka leka uila. Inā ʻaʻole hiki i kahi mākeke hōkeo waihona me ka ʻike waihona ʻoihana ʻoihana e palapala palapala ʻāina, ke kuhi nei wau he kakaikahi loa ka poʻe ʻē aʻe e ʻike i kēia maʻalahi e hoʻohana. Inā makemake ʻoe e lawe i kāu mea leka uila, e ʻike pono hiki iā lākou ke neʻe maʻalahi i kā lākou puke puke mai kahi mea kūʻai aku i kekahi. He hiki ʻole kēia.

4 Comments

  1. 1

    A big whoop-dee-doo 🙂 I’ve tried TB in all it’s interations and have never found it something worth sticking with; but then I’m not a FF fan either.

    When I read that they were going to be adding a kāpeka feature I had high hopes as this was something that I had gotten use to with FeedDemon and Technorati tagging. However what TB is calling tagging is not much more than a slight variation of the standard Flags or some such system.

    If the true concept of tagging was implemented then you should be able to have them created as sub folders and/or associate with created sub-folders that can be linked into a rules system.

    that’s not to say I use the latest version of MS clients either. I found my choice my spending $20.00 for InScribe (Linux version as well plus an upcoming Mac port) and I haven’t looked back since.

    • 2

      I’m a huge FF fan. If you do any web programming, FF is fantastic. The add-ons for Firebug and Live HTTP Headers are priceless and have helped me out a ton. I just loaded up a new add-on that allows me to reskin sites with my own CSS as well… it’s lots of fun.

      Give Firefox a chance! I can take or leave Thunderbird, though. I’m going to run it for a while and I’ll report back if I find some other cool differences.

      Thanks Steven!

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