Mozilla Thunderbird’s upcoming “Supernova” release is due in 2023, promising a major redesign of the Calendar UI, as well as Firefox Sync support.
Mozilla Thunderbird 91 email client users can now upgrade their installations to the Mozilla Thunderbird 102 series using the built-in upgrader. Here’s how!
The Mozilla Thunderbird open-source email client is coming to Android devices in a joint collaboration with the K-9 Mail email client.
Mozilla Thunderbird 91.2 open-source email client is now available for download and brings support for upgrading from Thunderbird 78 and earlier versions from within the app.
Thunderbird 91 email client promises a brand new account setup wizard that supports CalDAV calendars, encryption setup, email signatures, the ability to connect to an address book during setup, and much more.
Mozilla Thunderbird 78.6 open-source email client is now available for download. This release comes with improved OpenPGP support, full dark mode support for the Calendar, and various other improvements.
Mozilla Thunderbird 78.5 open-source and free email client is now available for download. This release comes with more OpenPGP improvements, as well as various other theme and usability changes.
Mozilla Thunderbird 78.3 email client is now available for download. This release comes with various improvements, bug fixes and security patches, and you can now finally upgrade from Thunderbird 68 or earlier versions.
The wait is finally over! The free and open-source Thunderbird email client, news and chat client is now shipping with OpenPGP support enabled by default in the latest release. Download Thunderbird 78.2.1 now!
Mozilla Thunderbird 78.2 open-source and cross-platform email, chat and news client is now available for download. This release introduces more OpenPGP improvements, as well as assorted bug fixes.
Mozilla Thunderbird 78.1 email client is now available for download. This first point release is here to add full OpenPGP support, search support in the Preferences tab, and a bunch of bug fixes.
A quick tutorial to show you how to enable OpenPGP support in the latest Mozilla Thunderbird 78 email client release if you want to send encrypted emails.
The Mozilla Thunderbird 78 open-source email client is now available for download. This is a major release that improves OpenPGP support, adds support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, improves dark mode, and adds many other changes.