Microsoft recently added IMAP support for Outlook.com, the company’s web based email service. Here’s how to use it with Thunderbird and the correct settings
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Labels in Gmail can be extremely useful for organizing messages, but Google didn’t add any export or migration options for them. You can do it yourself with Thunderbird.
Google Calendar is useful for syncing your appointments and events. Mozilla’s Thunderbird with Lightning Calendar is a great Outlook alternative. Here’s how to set up syncing between them.
Mozilla’s Thunderbird compatibility checking can prevent your add-ons from installing. You can disable it to allow add-ons to bypass this protection.
Mozilla’s Thunderbird desktop email client doesn’t have a calendar out of the box. The Lightning calendar addon gives Outlook a run for its money, and it’s all free.
We’ve already shown you how to backup a Thunderbird Email Profile. This time we’ll show you how to restore that backup.
Mozilla’s Thunderbird handles emails on the desktop like a champ, but it doesn’t have a built in backup feature.Here’s how to manually back up your Thunderbird Emails and Profiles.
If there’s one thing I like about Gmail, it’s conversation view. Thunderbird doesn’t have this feature by default, but with this addon, you can get the same type of functionality.
If your Thunderbird inbox seems to be full of spam, why not start marking emails as junk. You can skip an extra step by sending them straight to the trash as well.
Have you just bought a domain and want to upgrade from standard Gmail to Google Apps for Domains, or Google Apps for Business? Great choice. The only downside here is you’re going to lose all of your archived emails. If you’re like me and search your archived emails daily for reference, this is going to […]
After looking through the Thunderbird support forums I noticed that some folks were having trouble figuring out how to delete unsent messages. These are messages that you wrote and chose to “Send Later” or messages that you attempted to send when you are offline. By default, these get saved in your Outbox folder, or your […]
I do not know why the makers of Thunderbird thinks that anyone wants to start their reply below the quoted text in an email. I don’t know of anyone who does it this way, or any webmail clients that do this by default. Very strange. But luckily, you can change this behavior very easily so […]
Moving from Outlook, Mail or Thunderbird to Gmail can be a real chore. If you have all of your contacts saved into a single vCard or vcf file exported from Outlook or Mail or whatever email client you were using before, then importing contacts into Gmail is significantly easier. But if you made the unfortunate […]
What’s your email signature look like? One of those drab, plain text affairs with long, ugly URLs? Are you envious of the glorious, rich text signatures replete with images, hyperlinks and digitized signatures that you get from your classier correspondences? Envy no more, good chum, because you can create your own HTML signature in Thunderbird […]