This has been a really great week with fantastic releases. We got Debian GNU/Linux 11 “Bullseye” and it looks like everyone out there is thrilled to install it on their machines. Same goes for elementary OS 6 “Odin” which looks stunning for a 2021 Linux-based OS for home and office users. On top of that, […]Read More
Thunderbird 91 comes a little over a year after the Thunderbird 78 series, and brings a revamped account setup wizard with support for setting up signatures, encryption and CalDAV calendars, a new user interface for adding attachments, the ability to change the order of accounts in the UI, and the ability to redirect emails. This […]
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Thunderbird 91 is out with substantial improvements to the way this open source email client feels and functions. Want to take a closer look? Read on!
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After Thunderbird 78 comes Thunderbird 91, probable due for release next week as part of the Mozilla Firefox 91 web browser and promising lots of enhancements, new features, and improvements to everyone’s favorite email client. The biggest change, however, is a brand new account setup wizard, and I want you to be the first to […]
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