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In this release, we have improved first-time account setup. When setting up an email, autodiscovery of calendars and address books works really well! But managing accounts and setting up additional accounts beyond your initial setup has lagged behind. We are updating that experience in Thunderbird 102. Up until this release, managing accounts, managing accounts and folders, and importing of email, has only been one action. Now, we are adding the ability to move multiple folders and accounts. So, you are finally able to pick up where you left off!
Want to use Thunderbird without an email account We know you exist, and we’re making this much easier for you! After installing the software, from now on you’ll be taken to the below account hub instead of being forced to set up a new mail account. You’re free to configure Thunderbird in the order you choose, and only the elements you choose.
Mozilla Thunderbird now has built-in RSS feed support, which can be invoked from any Web page. Thunderbird can now look like any other email client by choosing to use any configured theme, making it look even more like your other favorite email client!
Mozilla Thunderbird Registration Key now has built-in RSS feed support, which can be invoked from any Web page. Thunderbird can now look like any other email client by choosing to use any configured theme, making it look even more like your other favorite email client!
Mozilla Thunderbird Registration Key 102 now includes many performance improvements, including faster startup time, better handling of large mailboxes, and a revision to the architecture of the large mailboxes so they can be cached more efficiently.
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Thunderbird 68.6.0 (Version 69.0.1): This version does not have any changes in Thunderbird’s Thunderbird 68.7.0 (Version 69.0.1), but it brings a change in functionality. This release will remove all the setting for pop or imap server in settings, while checking the IMAP setting in Thunderbird -> Options -> Under “Account Settings”, the “Automatic Login” is set to “off”, the “Server Type” is set to “Pop3 & IMAP” while “Server Type” is set to “None” (i.e. None for IMAP). So, if you are using imap server, then you need to get a new imap server. The IMAP setting will be handled from settings itself.
Thunderbird 67.7.0 (for Windows8.1): “Unfortunately we have to announce that the release does not contain an update of the address book.” So, if you are not using any other address book than Thunderbird’s native address book, you will not get the new Version 67.7.0
Thunderbird 68.5.0 (Version 68.5.1): “Fixed a null pointer dereference in MessageList.fastPopUp which could be caused by an IMAP server implementation that used a search cursor but did not otherwise use it. An instance of this problem was observed when browsing IMAP folders in Offline mode. This issue did not affect any existing data so was merely a nuisance for a subset of users.”
Thunderbird 67.4.0 (Windows8.1, Thunderbird 68.5.0): Patch sends (5) 6 bytes instead of 7 bytes in a response to a MUA – SMPP request. Start a new message if the message exceeds the port is specified when sending message (SSL 0.9.8, FTP, SMTP, POPS). A few RFC fixes have been added to fix outdated rules. In particular, the modification of the RFC 6265. Fixes the UTF-8 decoding mechanism [SPURIOUS].
Who Uses Mozilla Thunderbird 102.2.0 and Why Is It Important?
Using the Thunderbird-dev repository. (The command “gpg –keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com –recv-keys 924C0D2A” for users using an Ubuntu version other than 16.04 LTS should not be used in normal production environments.)
I am an S/N user and this was a big issue for me. I have tried getting it working by removing plugins and it just gets worse and worse. With an huge amount of missing features. I then use the gpg command to get the latest version. It didn’t fix the problem for me. Until I re-installed Thunderbird and remove the plugins back in. Then I had a system that worked just like it should. The latest nightly version (73.4.0) doesn’t crash like this. I plan on upgrading later this week when it hits the stable version. Maybe then we will know what has been fixed.
I wanted to create a shortcut on my desktop for the command “gpg –keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com –recv-keys 924C0D2A” to start downloading Thunderbird 68.8.0 directly from Mozilla’s own servers without having to go through the lengthy process of downloading from the GitHub stable repository.
Thunderbird handles three POP accounts on my account (my own one and two free Gmail accounts) quite well. The email client can download as many as 1,000 messages at a time (unlimited). I can log in one after the other and read emails on all three accounts in one go. When downloading emails from these accounts, Thunderbird must be allowed to delete messages, which is essential because I prefer not to retain messages that are no longer relevant.
Fantastic! I have been using Thunderbird for years and this is an upgrade that my machine will not do well without. It makes switching back to POP3 easier when I need to, and I have already started using it. I have been using Thunderbird since before they had spellcheck. I always feel the product is always behind the curve when security or other new features are added but this is fantastic.
Mozilla Thunderbird 102.2.0 System Requirements
- Intel Mac operating system
- 64-bit processor
- Computer speakers
Mozilla Thunderbird 102.2.0 Features
- Enhanced support for vCard contacts, email addresses, passwords, addresses, and calendar events (see screenshot)
- Display of multiple messages on an item’s card by clearing its label
- Enhanced email client
- Email drafts will now be saved in the Drafts folder by default
- Enhanced search feature: search now finds emails that are sent by the sender
- Enhanced support for search results
- Enhanced sidebar support: left pane has been cleared to a grey list of folders with supported export types
- Enhanced Conversation support
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