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Thunderbird Description

Thunderbird is an open-source, cross-platform e-mail client from the makers of Mozilla Firefox. It’s free, safe, quick to response, lightweight, and a perfect alternative of MAC mail. You can easily download and install this on your MAC without any problem.  It has a perfectly designed main interface which allows you to manage multiple email accounts at once. Thunderbird provides support for e-mail, message tagging, indexing, new search tools, and many more.

Even with multiple email addresses entered in Thunderbird, it is quite easy for the user to read and locate the address from which the messages were originate.

As a freeware, installing Thunderbird on a MAC is quite easy. There isn’t any dedicated instruction, which you need to follow to synchronize this software on your MAC. You can easily use this software by entering email address for synchronizing.

Thunderbird comes with many impressive features like intelligent spam filters, a built-in RSS reader and quick search. It is designed in a way to prevent your Mac form junk mails and other viruses.

Salient features

  > Provides you real-time searches

  > Much faster and more stable than its previous versions

  > Free to use

  > Good learning spam filter

  > Strong encryption

  > Provides support for Microsoft Exchange

  > Easy to import contacts and emails

Pros

  > Capable of handling virtual identities

  > Comes with a lot of extensions

  > Provides support for certificates

  > RSS reader support

Cons

  > Intel only

  > Sometimes RSS reader is unreliable

  > No calendar installed

Bottom line

Thunderbird is one of the best email clients available in the market that allows you to manage  your multiple email accounts without any difficulty.

Download Thunderbird for Mac and make e-mailing safer, faster and easier.

73.90 MB
Free
Mac OS X
https://www.mozilla.org/
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