Summary: Thunderbird is an open source, free, cross-platform web-based e-mail, news, and chat client application designed to manage multiple e-mail accounts and news feeds. On December 28, 2016, the Mozilla team announced the release of Thunderbird 45.6.0.
Thunderbird is an open source, free, cross-platform web-based e-mail, news, and chat client application designed to manage multiple e-mail accounts and news feeds.
On December 28, 2016, the Mozilla team announced the release of Thunderbird 45.6.0. This new version includes the following features:Thunderbird 45.6.0 function
See more about the new features and known issues with Thunderbird 45.6.0 Release Notes in the Thunderbird release note.
This article explains how to install the Thunderbird mail client in a Linux distribution, such as Fedora, Ubuntu, and its derivative editions.
In many Linux distributions, the Thunderbird package is already included by default and can be installed using the default package management system, which:
To install Thunderbird from the system default warehouse:
$ sudo apt-get install thunderbird [在基于 Ubuntu 的系统中]
$ dnf install thunderbird [在基于 Fedora 的系统中]
As I said, installing from the default repository will bring you an older version of Thunderbird. If you want to install the latest version of Mozilla Thunderbird, you can use the PPA maintained by the Mozilla team.
In Ubuntu and its derivative editions, use the
CTRL + ALT + T desktop to open the terminal and add the Thunderbird repository.
$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-mozilla-security/ppa
Next, use the
apt-get update command to upgrade the package.
$ sudo apt-get update
After the system upgrade is complete, install it using the following command.
$ sudo apt-get install thunderbird
That's it, you've successfully installed the Thunderbird 45.6.0 in Linux. In the Thunderbird download page, Thunderbird also has packages for other operating systems.
Original Date: 2017-02-03
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