thunderbird

Email, RSS and newsgroup client with integrated spam filter
 
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Thunderbird is a full-featured email, RSS and newsgroup client that makes emailing safer, faster and easier than ever before. It supports different mail accounts (POP, IMAP, Gmail), has a simple mail account setup wizard, one- click address book, tabbed interface, an integrated learning spam filter, advanced search and indexing capabilities, and offers easy organization of mails with tagging and virtual folders. It also features unrivalled extensibility.
Latest reviews
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jadeia 3 weeks ago

An easy and familiar email client. Handles multiple accounts seemlessly, rock solid stable and very customisable. I was looking for a replacement to Outlook on Windows and coming to Linux, this software is unbeatable.

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BetterNot2Know 2 months ago

New IRC feature is interesting and promising, but lacks many basicc features, and is always hopping around, unexpected disconnect and reconnects, etc. Just not ready for prime-time, IMHO it is somewhere between Alph and Beta testing ready. NOT release ready. Also they F'd up the tag/highlight featute making it unusable for user defined labels. This was rushed without sufficient regression testing.

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Jeanpatou 2 months ago

It's so complexe to copy old emails, and by the way now I need to send 5 time an email as 4 time to 5 I got an error :An error occurred while sending mail. The mail server responded: ghost-submission-6684bf9d7b-gc8jf Lost connection to relay server: Error: timeout exceeded (connection lost) using OVH server, and by the way it's so slow...

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DirCat 3 months ago

It was my favorite email client to use until their Supernova (115) so-called "upgrade". Now it is one of the worst email clients out there.

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Palebushman 3 months ago

If only the version displayed above looked just like that, I would install it right away! But hidden behind that beautiful GUI above is the 115 Supernova Thunderbird and it certainly did not look like that when I installed it on my Linux Mint. For 1; the menu bar in my installation was in the wrong place and it can't be simply re-positioned to the 'traditional' position as shown above. Until Thunderbird 115 Supernova gets re-programed to appear like the image portrayed above, I will install Evolution instead.

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0xLinux 3 months ago

updated to 115, now my settings are not working anymore

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KIMW 4 months ago

Folks, do NOT update to 115 or it will screw up your settings. Many users are complaining about it on Reddit.

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oliverjames 4 months ago

I've been a Thunderbird user for longer than I care to remember but today I updated my Mint Linux to include Thunderbird version 115.3.1, following which I can no longer use it to view, send or recieve emails.

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Roumi 5 months ago

I use it everyday... sometimes it seems to be heavy on system's ressources...

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jsmac 5 months ago

I've been using Thunderbird for years. It works better than MS Outlook, which has a lot of trouble connecting to email servers with my slow internet connection. It's customizable and gets the job done. I also got its calendar integrated with my iPhone's calendar. Yay!

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busdriver12 5 months ago

I like the new version 115. Looks nice and works well. I mainly use the mail and RSS functions.

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nmarmolejo 5 months ago

Was working great until about a week ago. Now I cant print any email, it just crashes and says there was no crashdump avail to provide. Please fix it.

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viem 7 months ago

I'm still waiting for version 115.

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caltrop4 1 year ago

giving it another try, a bit clunky setting up RSS, NO full screen mode, can NOT change update time with keyboard, multiple feeds in folder can NOT be separated or moved easily, time sort is all WRONG!

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shogunv 1 year ago

This used to be my go to email client for not only when it came pre-installed, but also when it wasn't. However, lately, I've found that severely causes my systems to hang without any recourse except to do a hard power off of the systems. Needless to say, I've since switched email clients and my systems are much happier now.

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vanilla_flower_foxy 1 year ago

what a complete joke, why must it try to do everything (also pretty much the worst option if you care about privacy/encryption - Claws or Mutt win, see EFAIL). mozilla bad grrrr but why is this default for real!

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abarros 1 year ago

No email client comes even close to Thunderbird features and (mainly) stability.

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Ricky 1 year ago

I have been using this for so many years I remember just how long its been. Since the late 80's or early 90's at least! It's one of the first programs I install on new builds!

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lmmike 1 year ago

Thunderbird is working fine on Linux Mint. But lately (in the last 2 months ish - May though July 2022) it's not being updated and I don't know why. Some serious security related bugs were fixed back at the end fo May and the lastest version in the repo is still 91.9.1. Should be 91.10.0. UPDATE: Version was just updated to 91.11.0 today. Great, thanks!

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jiaminglimjm 1 year ago

Gmail berfungsi dengan baik dan benar (Cinnamon 20.3)