Mozilla Thunderbird is considered to be a viable free alternative to paid email clients such as MS Outlook. Archiving messages in an email client can be useful for moving old or less important files to a separate folder or location to reduce inbox clutter. In this post I will show you how to easily archive messages in Mozilla Thunderbird to move them to a Thunderbird or local hard drive folder.
Thunderbird Conversations is a Mozilla Thunderbird extension which provides a conversation view that fetches messages from all folders, and displays avatars of your contacts when you hover your mouse over a contact name within an email. It also adds a quick reply feature, with auto complete, enables to quickly reply to a message thread. Using Thunderbird Conversations, you can integrate a lot of useful mail client features like filter, send Continue Reading →
Thunderbird 5 has recently been released with enhanced features. These include, a more robust add-on manager, drag and drop support for separating windows, an advanced and more informative troubleshooting page, a revised account creation wizard, attachments are now displayed with size of attached file(s) and several bug fixes. In this post I will explain the various enhancements of Mozilla Thunderbird 5 and the benefits of these new features.
Mozilla Thunderbird is a free mail client from Mozilla, which is considered as a viable alternative to MS Outlook. In this post I will tell you how to configure a Gmail account in Mozilla Thunderbird to backup and manage your emails using Thunderbird email client. The following instructions can be used to configure your Gmail account in not just Mozilla Thunderbird 5 but all other versions as well.
QuickFox Notes is a a multi-tab note taking extension for Mozilla Firefox and Mozilla Thunderbird. It uses the integrated bookmarks system or a single sqlite database to store notes. Therefore, if you already use a bookmarks synchronization add-on (such as: XMarks) or a file synchronization software (e.g: Dropbox, SugarSync, etc), your notes will be synchronized automatically. While quick note taking can be handy in Firefox, how about synchronizing Firefox notes Continue Reading →
Mozilla Thunderbird is now the default email client for Ubuntu 11.10 Oneric Ocelot. This has increased its importance for Ubuntu users. Recently Mozilla Thunderbird 5 has been released with new features and a PPA for Ubuntu 10.04, 10.10 and 11.04 users. You can install Mozilla Thunderbird 5 from the below Terminal commands.
Canonical has announced that Mozilla Thunderbird will be the default mail client for Ubuntu 11.10 Oneric . For this reason, Thunderbird customization add-ons will hold more importance for Ubuntu users than ever before. Unity Unread Count is a Mozilla Thunderbird add-on which displays a mail count on the Unity Launcher. You can also, right click Thunderbird icon and get new quicklist items: Compose New Mail and access Contacts.