Accessing your Gmail account is not restricted only to the browser; you can access it from your Desktop too. Learn how you can set up Gmail with Thunderbird.
Not everyone who uses Microsoft Exchange services wants to use Windows. For Linux users, here are some ways for you to access Microsoft Exchange in Linux.
If you are switching to Linux, there are plenty of Windows applications that are available on Linux, too.
Thunderbird’s email filters are a powerful way to get your emails organized. If you are a Thunderbird user, learn how to automate and organize your email inbox with email filters.
After all these long years, Thunderbird continues to rule the roost for desktop-based email clients. For Thunderbird users, here are 12 useful addons you shouldn’t live without.
Thunderbird is a powerful email client. Learn how to harness its ability using the Mail Merge add-on with LibreOffice Calc.
Want to send mass email messages in Mozilla Thunderbird but don’t want it to look like spam? Here’s how to set up Mail Merge so you won’t have that issue.
If you are using Thunderbird as your email client, check out this list of security addons for Thunderbird to secure your emails and protect yourself.
If you want to get the latest version of Firefox, there is a convenient repository available which repacks and distributes the latest official Mozilla builds.
To protect your privacy and prevent others from viewing your emails, it is best to encrypt them so only the intended recipients can view them. Here is how you can send encrypted emails in Thunderbird.
Most email clients render your emails in HTML mode by default, but there are times when you just want to read the emails in plain text. Here are the ways to read emails in plain text in different email clients.
The latest version of Ubuntu has removed Evolution and replaced it with Thunderbird. For those who are first time using Thunderbird, you will discover that, unlike Evolution, Thunderbird doesn’t come with a Calendar/Task feature. You are not able to add any events/tasks, not to mention the integration of Google Calendar. However, the good thing about […]
In case you are not aware, Thunderbird 5 is now released and is available for download. This latest release contains many bugs fixed and comes with extra features like new addons manager, tab dragging and reordering and enhanced account manager. For Ubuntu users, you can either download the tar file, unzip it and run the […]
After a long wait, Mozilla finally releases version 3.0 of Thunderbird. This latest version of Thunderbird brings much changes and makes it even more powerful than its ancestor. In this article, we take a look at the Thunderbird 3.0 and show you what you are going to expect in this great software. Installation If you […]
While Evolution is a useful email client for Gnome desktop, it is just not as extensible and flexible as Thunderbird. For those who are facing unpleasant incidents with Evolution and wish to migrate to Thunderbird, here is how you can do so in Ubuntu 8.10