Available for download Thunderbird 13

As usual, next to the exit of Firefox 13, the launch of the same version of the mail client is coming Mozilla Thunderbird.

The changes that we will see in this version (translated by the guys from Firefoxmania) are not very significant:

  • The possibility of send large files and that they do not bounce thanks to the association with YouSendIt, now the files will be uploaded to an online storage service and their links sent to your friends. Additional partners will be added in future releases.
  • In partnership with Gandi and Hover, we can now sign up and get a personalized email address with Thunderbird. Along with your new email address, Thunderbird will be automatically configured and ready to send and receive messages. Currently it is working with other providers to cover more areas of the world and offer more options in the future.
  • Each filtering bag minimum requirements The system for Windows is now Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later.
  • Several security fixes.

You can download it from this link.

Source: Firefoxmania.

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  1.   Merlin The Debianite said

    And when will Icedove be updated for the testing branch?

  2.   Manuel de la Fuente said

    I was struck by the personalized email account and I tried it. As I thought, what Thunderbird does is register a new domain with one of the two providers you mention and create an email account with that domain. With gandi.net it costs US $ 15.50 a year, and with Hover.com it costs US $ 20.00.

    I guess it will be fine for those who want everything automatic; Although, of course, for less than US $ 10 (with a promotional code) you could register a domain in a company better known as GoDaddy or Name.com and use it to set up an email account with Google Apps and the quality of Gmail (who knows what the gandi.net and Hover.com will be like).

    The benefits of taking the trouble to do things yourself. 😀

  3.   pandev92 said

    I have tried to change the chromium user agent as you say but it has not worked for me, let's see if someone can help me 🙁

  4.   Mandragor said

    The truth, with the web services of hotmail, gmail, etc., I see less and less sense to mail managers as software from the operating system, and seeing the few news in each new release of Thunderbird, Mozilla should consider passing the project to him to the community and focus all your resources on Firefox.

    Even so, I hope the new interface for Mozilla's flagship products, Australis, to improve the visual consistency of Thunderbird, something rare since the last change.

  5.   seadx6 said

    We in Solus OS already have it in our repos, here we release new versions of Firefox and Thunderbird a few hours after it is uploaded to the FTP that is one or two days before the official launch announcement comes out 🙂

    1.    Manuel de la Fuente said

      In Arch Linux it was also already since June 5. 😛