Powerful Thunderbird 60 Email Client – Comes With Many Improvements

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Thunderbird 60 release highlights.

Thunderbird is a free and open source Email client for Linux, Mac and Windows computers. It is a default email client for many Linux distribution. Thunderbird is a full featured Email client with features such as customization, calendars, Tasks, Reminders, Address Books and many more. Thunderbird is not only available for general users, also it is available for enterprises.

Here are some of the Thunderbird features.

Features

  • Account Setup – Easy Wizard
  • New personal email account creation from Thunderbird
  • One Click Address Book
  • Attachment Reminders before sending email
  • Chat Support
  • Tabbed UI
  • Powerful Email Filtering and Email Searching
  • Email Archive Support
  • Look and Feel with Cool Themes
  • Add-On Support
  • Secured and Phishing Protection Enabled

After months of development, Thunderbird recently release version 60 with lots of new features, improvements over existing features and numerous bug fixes.

You can read the complete feature highlights here.

Download and Install

Head over to official page using below link and follow the Free Download button to get your copy of Thunderbird 60 for your OS.

Download

Ubuntu 18.04, 18.10 is having Thunderbird version 52 at the moment by default installations. The latest Thunderbird 60 is not available yet in official PPAs, Flathub and in Snap Store and expected to be available in coming days.

If you like Thunderbird and a heavy users, tell us what you think about this new release.


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