Mozilla Thunderbird is the most popular open source email / news-feed client. It is free and available for all operating systems such as Windows, Mac OS X (Leopard, Lion..) and Linux based OS such as Ubuntu 10.10, 11.04, 11.10.
Thunderbird is an email client from Mozilla. It provides IMAP/POP support, a built-in RSS reader, support for HTML mail, quick search options, advanced message filtering, message grouping, labels, saved search folders and so on. Find out what bolt the Thunderbird 10.0 brings out of the blue...
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Mozilla has officially released Thunderbird 17.0.8, an email and RSS client, but the company hasn't said yet what the changes for this version are. Mozilla Thunderbird 17.0.8 is not a major release and this can be easily seen from the complete lack of information about it.
Mozilla has officially released Thunderbird 24.4.0, an email and RSS client, for all the available platforms, including Linux. A new version has been released in the Thunderbird 24.x branch, but there is nothing to be excited about, a fact that has unfortunately become the norm for new Thunderbird releases.
For years, Ubuntu’s default email client was Evolution. Then, last year, Canonical switched to Mozilla Thunderbird. But now recent doubts over the future of Thunderbird — most of them pretty speculative — have spawned worries that Thunderbird might, in its turn, disappear from Ubuntu. Will it? And more importantly, would it really matter to many people?