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Thunderbird 102.0.1

Thunderbird

Thunderbird is a free, open-source, cross-platform application for managing email and news feeds. It is a local (rather than a web-based) email application that is powerful yet easy-to-use. Thunderbird is developed, tested, translated and supported by the folks at Mozilla Corporation and by a group of dedicated volunteers. Thunderbird gives you control and ownership over your email. There are lots of add-ons available for Thunderbird that enable you to extend and customize your email experience.

Thunderbird gives you IMAP/POP support, a built-in RSS reader, support for HTML mail, powerful quick search, saved search folders, advanced message filtering, message grouping, labels, return receipts, smart address book LDAP address completion, import tools, and the ability to manage multiple e-mail and newsgroup accounts.

Thunderbird 102.0.1 fixes:

  • Mailbox MSF files could become corrupt in some circumstances
  • OpenPGP Key Assistant did not show status for addresses handled by aliases
  • Attaching an external OpenPGP public key failed if configured with a subkey ID
  • Thunderbird continued using an old password after changing it
  • New mail notifications were only shown for one mail account when multiple accounts were configured
  • LDAP Address Books could not be configured using IPv6 address literals
  • CardDAV contacts (notably Google-hosted) with more than one email address were not always editable
  • Address Book accessibility improvements
  • Various UI improvements
  • Icons converted to new style

Download: Thunderbird 102.0.1 for Windows (EN/US) | 32-bit | ~50.0 MB (Open Source)
Download: Thunderbird 102.0.1 for Linux (EN/US) | 71.9 MB
Download: Thunderbird 102.0.1 for Mac OS (EN/US) | 119.0 MB
Download: Thunderbird 102.0.1 in other languages
View: Thunderbird Website | Screenshot

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