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16 Set/10

Email Client Thunderbird 3.1.4 Released

Email Client Thunderbird 3.1.4 Released

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); We have already seen lots of updates this week; From the first beta of Internet Explorer 9, to updates for the Firefox web browser and Google Chrome updates. Lots of downloading, updating and testing for a week. An update for the desktop email client Thunderbird was just released, raising the version of the email software to 3.1.4. The version is considered a stability update, and therefor a recommended update for all Thunderbird...

25 Feb/10

Thunderbird 3.0.2 Is Out Sort Of

Thunderbird 3.0.2 Is Out Sort Of

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The next installment of the popular desktop email client Thunderbird has been released by the Mozilla Messaging team. The new releases has not been officially announced yet which is somewhat strange as it has been uploaded to the release ftp directory on February 18 which can be an indication of the following: It could be that the development team is experiencing distribution issues or discovered a bug in the release which made...

10 Feb/10

Display Email Attachment Sizes In Thunderbird

Display Email Attachment Sizes In Thunderbird

Many email providers only accept email attachments to a specific maximum. The maximum size limitation is different for most providers and can range for a Megabyte to 20 or 25 Megabytes that are supported by Yahoo Mail and Gmail. It is therefor important to have the means to display the size of attachments in an email client prior to sending the email to make sure that the email will not be rejected by the mail server due to size limitations. Displaying email attachment sizes can also be...




2 Dic/09

Thunderbird 3 RC 2

Thunderbird 3 RC 2

The Mozilla Thunderbird developers have updated the upcoming version 3 of our favorite desktop email client. Thunderbird 3 RC2 is the second release candidate of the email software. It is, from looking at the changes, an unplanned release, as it only fixes four bugs when compared to the first release candidate. One of the bugs on the other hand received a critical rating which seemed to have affected the email client’s stability. It mentions a shutdown hang with high cpu usage and...

16 Nov/09

5 Useful Thunderbird 3 Add-Ons That You Might Not Have Heard About Yet

5 Useful Thunderbird 3 Add-Ons That You Might Not Have Heard About Yet

I have been using the desktop email client Mozilla Thunderbird for many years and have witnessed its rise to become one of the most powerful email software programs. I switched to version 3 since the first beta hit the download servers and have not looked back since. Version 3 of Thunderbird adds many interesting new features to the email client. It does however get rid of some of the old ones that at least some users will miss. It is also a fact that the email client is still only available...

28 Set/09

Switch To Compact Headers In Thunderbird 3

Switch To Compact Headers In Thunderbird 3

The standard email header in the mail client Thunderbird 3 spans across three rows. It displays information such as the the sender’s email, the subject, email recipient and toolbar buttons to quickly reply, forward, delete or tag the email. The email header can be expanded to display all email header information which are important if the technical details of the email need to be analyzed further. There is on the other hand no option to compact the header in Thunderbird to save...

1 Set/09

Taking Advantage Of Thunderbird’s Email Display Options

Taking Advantage Of Thunderbird’s Email Display Options

If you are a Windows user who uses a desktop email client chance is that you either use Mozilla Thunderbird or Microsoft Outlook. Mozilla Thunderbird is in many aspects what Firefox is to web browsers. A highly configurable desktop email client. This article will explain several of Thunderbird’s email display options that will provide additional information on a glance. These settings are in the open but missed by most users due to the way they are displayed in the email client....