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Enigmail adds OpenPGP message encryption and authentication to Thunderbird.
Tips and tricks for managing categories in Evolution.
Minimizing Evolution to the Xfce notification area isn’t available out of the box but can be set up.
Different options to synchronize Thunderbird address books.
Since version 12, Opera Mail for Windows allows external programs such as LibreOffice to send a file as a message attachment, but Opera Mail for Linux needs a third-party script to add this functionality for LibreOffice on Linux.
Notes I’ve found useful as I set up mail in CiviCRM, part of a larger series on configuring CiviCRM.
Add-ons extend Thunderbird’s functionality, making it the one of the most extensible mail clients available.
On Linux, Thunderbird stubbornly ignores my desktop environments’ default browser and insisted on opening web pages in Firefox. Here’s how I fix it.
Opera Mail does not have a native tool to export its contacts, but third-party tools exist to do the job.
Thunderbird is a popular full featured open source mail client.