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Help Thunderbird Email app is sort of unique. It has a built-in extensions manager that is full of great tools created by the Thunderbird community. There’s probably already an extension for that nagging problem. You keep encountering with email apps, or for your idea. On how to make things faster and help for Thunderbird help.

A setup wizard will get all of your email accounts gathered safely within. Thunderbird and a strong search tool ensure you will be able to find whatever it is you’re looking for. Those of you who handle enormous amounts of email will love the activity manager that keeps track of everything you do within Thunderbird. Can’t remember which folder you sent that email to? Just have a look at the log and see where it went. Read more

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How can I configure email in Thunderbird?

How can I configure email in Thunderbird?

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It’s easy to send and receive messages online with Workspace Webmail. But you also can access your email with an email client, a third-party application — such as Mozilla Thunderbird® — that manages the delivery and receipt of messages from your account.

Thunderbird does not support Exchange-based email like Hosted Exchange or Office 365.

When you install Thunderbird and add an account to it, the client attempts to automatically detect information that includes your port and server settings. If it’s successful, Thunderbird sets up your email with just a few clicks. If Thunderbird doesn’t detect your settings, you must enter them manually.

Follow the first few steps to set up your email automatically with Thunderbird. Follow the remaining steps if you need to manually enter your settings.

To setup Mozilla Thunderbird with your email, you need to know your POP or IMAP email server settings. To find them, go to the Mozilla Thunderbird Support.

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