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open source email program Thunderbird is a full featured email program with built-in junk mail controls, message filters, address book, news groups and more. It offers a clean and easy to use (customizable) interface. Thunderbird also offers security features such as S/MIME, digital signing, message encryption, support for certificates and security devices. Other features include IMAP/POP compatibility, support for HTML mail, labels, quick search, return receipts, LDAP address completion, import tools and more. Copyright

Product Details

Publisher Mozilla Foundation (3) Price Free
Version 102.8.0  history Last updated Feb 20, 2023
File Size 33.3 Mb Requirements None

User Reviews

5 stars48% 15
4 stars12% 4
3 stars16% 5
2 stars16% 5
1 star6% 2
Based on 31 reviews

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Good alternative to windows mail 5 stars by Sam_the_Man Apr 20, 2014 (Read all my 54 reviews)
An easy to install program that's loaded with lots of extras. And, because it's open source it's continuously being upgraded. Highly recommended. show Review details
The email client for all your email needs 4 stars by PogMoHon Mar 08, 2014 (Read all my 22 reviews)
You can transfer all your data and settings to another computer. Splendid. Pop mail, imap mail, filters, folders, save mails as eml, save attachments and many other nice features. Aliases for a main email account are set as 'identities' under that account (don't create separate email accounts for aliases - that was a bit confusing at first but oh so clear afterwards). Everything is well explained in Mozilla Help and you receive regular updates. show Review details
This is awesome! 5 stars by timinhim15 Sep 05, 2012 (Read all my 2 reviews)
It works! I can get both my pop account and my hotmail account in one program, and they both work. I did have some difficulty getting my hotmail emails, but that is an issue with hotmail, not Thunderbird. Setting up message filters was easy too. If you want to filter by a group from your address book, don't create a group inside an address book. Create a new address book and add the contacts to that. show Review details
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