Mozilla Thunderbird 91 is a full-featured, highly functional, secure email client and RSS feed reader. It offers a beautiful and streamlined interface for a very powerful email package.
Moreover, it allows you to handle mail efficiently and in style, and Thunderbird also filters spam. It is a very sophisticated integrated Bayesian spam filter and very good at removing most spam (after some training). Combine these two aspects and you get a decent feature that automatically sanitizes (possibly dangerously) HTML code.
In addition, it turns off the remote image for spam or anything else that you classify as bad mail. For example, worms and viruses. While not perfect, the phishing sensor will detect commonly used tactics to deceive users. Flexible views, free-form tags and powerful filters, search and virtual folders help process large amounts of mail quickly.
Mozilla Thunderbird 91 also works well with IMAP accounts and across email accounts. The built-in RSS feed reader extends these capabilities to news.
Thunderbird 91, as a messaging system, is the only tool that users can use to integrate as much of their communications as they want. It is a powerful yet fun tool to help individuals manage their online interactions.
Whether it’s email, instant messaging, social media messages or other types of messages. Thunderbird applications combine an open architecture, a custom framework, and powerful extensibility. Also a human-centered perspective in communication.
Features of Mozilla Thunderbird 91:
Manage multiple POP and IMAP email accounts and read RSS feeds.
A spam filter, using Bayesian statistics, can block spam automatically.
Message views, free-form message tags, and flexible filters let you organize and prioritize good messages with ease.
Searches can be saved to virtual folders that automatically aggregate relevant messages in Thunderbird.
Provides rich HTML format support, but is secure and privacy-conscious.
Messages classified as junk can be automatically cleaned. Thunderbird detects common phishing tactics.
S/MIME support allows you to encrypt and sign messages (OpenPGP plug-in available).
You can run Mozilla Thunderbird from a removable media such as a USB.
Many extensions allow to further extend the feature set or improve usability.
Supports Windows, Mac OS and Linux.