Mozilla to stop Thunderbird ?

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Mozilla is stopping the development of its Thunderbird. What will be alternative of Thunderbird for new Linux releases?

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
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Mozilla to stop Thunderbird ?

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Hi,

As Thunderbird is free and also an open source software and enable of cross platform like e-mail and news client. It is next to Mozilla Firefox. There are some other alternative to do the same work. These are:

1. Microsoft Office Outlook:

It comes with the Microsoft office suit. It personalizes your emails. It not only allow you to send the emails and receive but also special user friendly capability to manage emails, calendar and contacts.

2. Apple Mail:

It has the new way to check, receive and send your emails.

3. Evolution:

It contains high security information manager having special tools.

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Here are two of the best alternatives you can use in replacement for the Mozilla Thunderbird email client since Mozilla, also the creator of the Firefox web browser, is already stopping the development of the desktop email client:

  • Opera Mail – this one is already integrated with the Opera web browser upon installing it. You can find it among the menus mainly in the Bookmarks menu named as “My Opera Mail”. And also besides this, the web browser also features “FastMail” which is also similar to My Opera Mail. In addition to this, users who previously created email accounts from Opera Mail were transferred to FastMail because of merging. The new Opera Mail can now be accessed from My Opera Mail.
  • emClient – this mail alternative is very similar to Thunderbird and Opera Mail than with Sea Monkey. It features calendar, tasks and widget tools, and supports synchronizing of different accounts. It has a paid version which is for commercial use and a free version which is only for home users or for personal use. The paid version costs $49.95 and this already covers 12 months free upgrades. It’s a lifetime license actually. You can download it from eM Client. It has a free 30-day trial period which when consumed, you are still allowed to use it for free for personal use or upgrade to the Pro version.

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