Thunderbird market segments
asuth at mozillamessaging.com
Mon Apr 26 22:10:01 UTC 2010
On 04/26/2010 02:53 PM, Kent James wrote:
> If I may summarize your views in a way that you will probably object
> to, but I sincerely believe is accurate, it is that 1) there is no
> future in a standalone email client like Thunderbird for the
> individual user, and 2) MoMo must remain committed to the individual
> user, therefore 3) Thunderbird does not make any sense as a flagship
> product for the future world that you see for MoMo. That's what makes
> it really hard to make comments on directions for Thunderbird, as it
> does not really fit into the strategic future of MoMo - your product
> is RainDrop.
I read it as: The enterprise is not a top priority, individual users are.
Not sure where you got the 'the sky is falling' for Thunderbird in the
form of Raindrop from.
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