Thunderbird on Chromebook:Mozilla Thunderbird is a free, open source, cross-platform email, news, RSS, and chat client developed by the Mozilla Foundation. The project strategy was modeled after that of the Mozilla Firefox web browser.
- Message management:Thunderbird can manage multiple email, newsgroup, and news feed accounts and supports multiple identities within accounts. Features such as quick search, saved search folders (“virtual folders”), advanced message filtering, message grouping, and labels help manage and find messages. On Linux-based systems, system mail (movemail) accounts are supported.
- Junk filtering:Thunderbird incorporates a Bayesian spam filter, a white list based on the included address book, and can also understand classifications by server-based filters such as SpamAssassin.
- Extensions and themes:Extensions allow the addition of features through the installation of XP Install modules (known as “XPI” or “zippy” installation) via the add-ons website that also features an update functionality to update the extensions.
- Standards support:Thunderbird supports POP and IMAP. It also supports LDAP address completion. The built-in RSS/Atom reader can also be used as a simple news aggregator. Thunderbird supports the S/MIME standard, extensions such as Enigmail add support for the OpenPGP standard.
More software for Chromebook:
How to Download Thunderbird for Chromebook
Installing Thunderbird using Play Store
- Check if your Chromebook is compatible for installing Android apps: Chromebook Play Store Compatibility
- If your Chromebook is compatible, then you can install Play store by following these instructions. After that search for “Thunderbird” and install the app on your chromebook.
- If your Chromebook is not compatible you can download the Play store apk and installing it manually, After that you can follow the steps mentioned above to find the “Thunderbird” app and install it on your device.
Installing Thunderbird using Chrome Browser
- If the software is not available on Play store, then you can try finding “Thunderbird” on the chrome web store.
- Open chrome browser and go to the Web store, search for “Thunderbird” and install it.
Install Thunderbird using Rollapp
- If the “Thunderbird” software is not available on chrome web store, then you can go to Rollapp, a useful website to access software online from any device.
- Go to the Rollapp website and search for “Thunderbird” and use the application online.
You must be logged in to post a comment.