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Thunderbird Arc Theme Updated With Support for Arc Variants


arc theme for thunderbirdAn update to the Arc Thunderbird theme add-on is now available for download, and brings support for the 3 Arc GTK theme variants.

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How To Setup Thunderbird for Gmail IMAP Account


This tutorial explains how to setup Mozilla Thunderbird for Gmail IMAP account. You’ll use manual config here based on Official Gmail Guide (pictured below). Here, I use Thunderbird version 45.5.1 on Linux Mint 18.1. I hope this helps any novice Thunderbird user on Ubuntu, Mint, Deepin, and another GNU/Linux distros.

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Why IMAP?

Choosing IMAP mode (over POP mode) is best when you have multiple computers to access one mail account. Think about it like Telegram, where you see deleted messages on a device are also deleted on another devices.

Enable IMAP on Web

You should enable IMAP mode from your Gmail account before anything else. Start your web browser, login to your Gmail account, go to Settings, and enable IMAP from POP/IMAP Settings. Don’t forget to save your settings.

1. Add Mail Account

Start Thunderbird > go to menu File > New > Existing Mail Account.

2. Enter Email Address

Type your email address on the blank field. Type your name as well.

3. Show Manual Config

Click “Manual config” button so you can enter all addresses manually.

4. Enter IMAP & SMTP Addresses

On web browser, go to this Google Support Page to get the correct settings for IMAP. See picture below.

On Thunderbird, And enter the addresses, port numbers, and auth. info on manual config dialog:

5. Login & Receive Mails

After you press Done button Thunderbird will contact Gmail IMAP server and you will receive all your mails here. Enjoy Gmail with Thunderbird!





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Thunderbird Email Client Finally Has a New Home


thunderbird email clientThe future of Thunderbird is looking a little more certain. It’s been announced that the Mozilla Foundation will serve as Thunderbird’s “future home”.

This post, Thunderbird Email Client Finally Has a New Home, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.





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That Slick Thunderbird Mockup? It’s Now a Real Theme


A recent Thunderbird redesign mockup has now been made into a real working theme, and helps give the desktop e-mail client a modern look.

This post, That Slick Thunderbird Mockup? It’s Now a Real Theme, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.





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If Only Thunderbird Did Look Like This…


If Thunderbird looked like the design you see above would there be any question on whether Ubuntu should drop it from the default install? I think not. Now, admittedly, I’m perhaps not a typical Thunderbird user, but I do still use desktop email clients from time to time. I rarely use Thunderbird (and the last time I did it […]

This post, If Only Thunderbird Did Look Like This…, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.





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Ubuntu May Ditch Thunderbird, Possibly Ship With No Email App


Developers are considering dropping the Thunderbird email client from Ubuntu’s default apps list in Ubuntu 17.10 due later this year.

This post, Ubuntu May Ditch Thunderbird, Possibly Ship With No Email App, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.





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How To Import OPML of RSS Feeds in Thunderbird


If you have a web-based RSS reader with many feeds already subscribed you may want to migrate the feeds into your desktop client. You can do it by exporting all subscribed feed URLs to OPML file and import it to your desktop client. The result is you have the same feeds between the web and desktop readers. I’ll give an example exporting OPML from my CommaFeed account to Thunderbird. Enjoy reading RSS feeds!

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1. Export OPML

Login to CommaFeed. See your Profile page (the universal URL is https://www.commafeed.com/#/feeds/profile). Click the OPML export: Download link and it should download a small .xml file.

2. Import OPML

Open your Thunderbird. Go to menu Tools > Import > Feed subscriptions >
choose any RSS account exists > select OPML file to import (change the format chooser at bottom-right to “XML”) > OK. At this step Thunderbird will import all feeds and download news from them.

Select Feed subscription:

Select your previously exported file:

Enjoy

Now you have imported your RSS feeds from CommaFeed (web reader) to Thunderbird (client reader). Enjoy them!





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Mozilla Thunderbird 52 Released with Various Improvements


Mozilla Thunderbird 52 has been released. The latest stable release of Mozilla’s popular desktop email app picks up a modest set of improvements.

This post, Mozilla Thunderbird 52 Released with Various Improvements, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.





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Install Latest ‘Thunderbird’ Email Client in Linux Systems



Thunderbird is an open source free cross-platform web based email, news and chat client application that is designed to handle multiple email accounts and news feeds. On December 28, 2016 Mozilla team announced the…

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