datetime issue

Robert Miles robertmiles at teranews.com
Thu Nov 1 01:23:19 CET 2012


On 10/31/2012 4:38 PM, Mark Lawrence wrote:
> On 31/10/2012 19:35, rurpy at yahoo.com wrote:
>> On 10/31/2012 09:11 AM, Grant Edwards wrote:> On 2012-09-16, ????????
>> ?????? <nikos.gr33k at gmail.com> wrote:.
>>
>> "Broken"?  Yes.  But so is every piece of software in one way
>> or another.  Thunderbird is one of the most perpetually buggy
>> pierces of software I have ever used on a continuing basis
>>
>
> Please provide evidence that Thunderbird is buggy.  I use it quite
> happily, don't have problems, and have never seen anybody complaining
> about it.

Why should they complain about it in this newsgroup?

Most of the people who complain about it know that complaining
in newsgroup mozilla.support.thunderbird is much more likely
to get any problems fixed.  Rather few newsgroups servers are
allowed to carry that newsgroup; news.mozilla.org is one of them.

The newsgroups section of Thunderbird seems to have more bugs
than the email section, partly because there are more volunteers
interested in working on the email section.



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