Mozilla 1.3b is out today. I really have high hopes for this project – not so much for the browser part, but for the email client. With this release, Mozilla now supports junk mail filtering. Also, Mozilla has supported S/MIME for several releases now. What I really wish is that there were a Chimera-like project for the email/newsgroups portion of Mozilla, with a Cocoa front-end and a Unix backend, and that both Chimera and this wishful email client would share centralized key management to allow seamless participation in standards-based public key infrastructures. Anyway… this release of Mozilla looks promising – performance seems better, bugs keep getting fixed, and overall – though it still has a ways to go – I think it’s going in the right direction.