Thunderbird Installation on macOS

Provides a tutorial example on how to install Thunderbird on macOS computers as an email client tool, also called MUA (Mail User Agent).

What Is Thunderbird? Thunderbird is a popular and free email client tool, also called MUA (Mail User Agent). It supports all 3 major platforms: Windows, macOS and Linux.

Main features of Thunderbird include:

Installing Thunderbird for macOS is easy. Here is how I did it.

1. Go to Thunderbird Website at https://www.thunderbird.net.

2. Click the Download button. The Thunderbird for macOS package file will be stored as "~/Downloads/Thunderbird 78.4.3.dmg".

3. Double click on "~/Downloads/Thunderbird 78.4.3.dmg" to open it. You see the installation screen.

4. Drug the Thunderbird icon the folder icon to install it.

Thunderbird Installation on macOS
Thunderbird Installation on macOS

You can launch Thunderbird from the launchpad after installation.

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 Introduction to Linux Systems

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Email Client Tools - Mail User Agents (MUA)

 "mailx" Command - Send and Read Emails

 "Alpine" - Terminal-Based Email Client

 SquirrelMail Webmail Installation on CentOS

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Thunderbird Installation on macOS

 Thunderbird Configuration for POP3S and SMTP

 Thunderbird to Accept POP3S Certificate Exception

 Thunderbird Configuration for IMAPS and SMTP

 Thunderbird Configuratin for SMTPS Service

 macOS Mail Auto Configuration

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 Accept Certificate Exception in macOS Mail

 Windows 10 Mail Configuration Failed

 SSL/TLS Connection Issue in Windows 10 Mail

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