GDS with Firefox support coming Today

CNet reports that Google Desktop Search is coming out of beta today with new features including the ability to search Firefox history and Thunderbird mail. This is great news for Mozilla, though other desktop search engines such as Copernic have supported Firefox and Thunderbird for months already.

Better late than never, eh?

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One Response to GDS with Firefox support coming Today

  1. Eric BE says:

    Copernic supports Thunderbird only for days (and not months) and it does not works at all for my thunderbird install.

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