Installing Thunderbird e-mail Client on Linux

Thunderbird is a free, open-source and cross-platform mail client for most operating systems including, but not limited to, Windows, Linux and Macintosh. It is based on the Mozilla code base. It is a robust and easy to use client, similar to competing products like Outlook Express, but with some major advantages such as junk mail classification.

Installing Thunderbird [Itz Simple as ABC !!! ]

You can install Thunderbird either by your repository provided by your Distro or by downloading the Thunderbird from their official site
You can download the Thunderbird client from
http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/thunderbird/

How to run
If you have install it through repository provided by your Distro, Then It will be available in your menu

If you have downloaded the file from http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/thunderbird/ then Follow following step to run it 🙂
Download file
Open Terminal and go to the Directory where you downloaded the Thunderbird .

And supply following command “tar -xvzf thunderbird-2.0.0.16.tar.gz
remember to replace filename with yours [ I’ve this file version which was latest at the time of writing ]

After extracting the file go to the extracted file directory and run following command to execute the Thunderbird Mail Client by “./thunderbird

It will launch Thunderbird Client and Enjoy [ Ya remember to Fill all the setting to Receive and Send mail 😛 ].Wasnot it simple as ABC ?

Stay Back for more Tips and Tricks for Thunderbird ….

By | 2018-04-09T06:40:09+00:00 September 25th, 2008|Editorial, Information, Tips, Tutorials|Comments Off on Installing Thunderbird e-mail Client on Linux

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