Mozilla Thunderbird 31.2.0 / 33.0 Beta 1
Features at a glance
Among some of its major highlights, we can mention adaptive junk mail controls, saved search folders, global inbox support, message grouping, privacy protection, and comprehensive mail migration from other email clients.
Mozilla Thunderbird is designed to be very comprehensive. It will help users communicate better in an office space, allowing them to send, received emails, chat with their colleagues, and stay updated with the latest news.
Few know that the application provides users with a built-in web browser functionality, using a tabbed user interface and based on its bigger brother, the powerful Mozilla Firefox web explorer. Another interesting feature is the ability to add extensions, popularly known as add-ons, which will extended the default functionality of the application.
Supported operating systems
Do to the fact that it is written by Mozilla, the software supports multiple operating systems, including Linux, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X, as well as the 64-bit and 32-bit hardware platforms.
There are many popular Linux distribution that use Mozilla Thunderbird as the default email client application, integrated in a wide range of open source desktop environments including GNOME, Xfce, LXDE, Openbox, Enlightenment, or KDE.
Using the Mozilla applications in a Linux environment is the best choice one can make. They are without any doubt among the most popular and open source email, news reader, newsgroup, chat and web browsing apps.
Reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on October 18th, 2014
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- Fixed a case where having a contact and card in an address book with the same name could send to the mailing list (Bug 1008718)
- Security fixes
Application descriptionMozilla Thunderbird is an open source email and news application that offers some advantages over other mail clients,...