Thunderbird 45 is here

Currently, the use of email has become essential and almost everyone has at least one email account, and the servers that email companies manage are increasingly sophisticated and so much so that they already have a number of clients ranging from a mail interface through which it is accessed through the browser, to native applications with which to consult and manage our email is a simple task. But when we are users of several email accounts and if they are from different servers and we need to manage them at the same time, the task becomes a bit complicated.

This is why it is recommended for convenience to use a client to help us centralize all our email accounts in one place, that is where Thunderbird comes to the rescue.


This new version of Thunderbird (version 45 of this email client developed by Mozilla) offers a series of interesting news to its users, starting with the support for OpenStreetMaps, allowing integration with this same service in the application. Another novelty is that it allows us to write in the "From" field when we are going to write a new email and not just settle for the drop-down menu of previous versions.

Another important aspect besides that, is that they improve support for XMPP allowing conversations to be held through this protocol, it also has a new option that allows keeping HTML messages active in addition to providing support for Oauth authentication for

thunderbird-45.0 But that's not all, another important novelty that this version of Thunderbird brings us is that it now has a new column in the mailing list with improved features, aiming to make our message management much more profitable, since it shows both the sender as well as recipients. The most notable difference between this column in this version and the previous version is that we will see an arrow on the left that indicates who has sent the message and who has received it.

I should also mention that the team of developers have fixed many bugs and errors detected in the previous version, with the aim of continuing to make this one of the best email clients there is currently, the least you can do if you do not use it is Give it a try and try it, you might not want to go back.


The free download is available directly from your Official site. Thunderbird appears to be alive for some time to come, even though Mozilla had plans to end support for this platform, but with this release it seems that it will have a little more life.

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  1.   Jorge said

    Thank you for notifying that Thunderbird 45 came out ... It came out almost a month ago.
    For the other, let them know that kernel 4.0 came out, po.

  2.   Chrizt Heanvill Big Stein said

    I really like thunderbird, but it is very heavy, whether in windows or linux.
    Is there a way to make it light?

  3.   Mario Guillermo Zavala Silva said

    All those wonders you talk about or write about really have to be tried; now they will be able to solve that when you receive an X-mail it says: Mozila thinks this message is garbage ... I think the only one who can comment on that is the person who owns the account and not ...
    This is happening to me with muylinux and other accounts and it is the version before the one you announced ...

  4.   Tile said

    I am not very aware about the abandonment of thunderbird support, why are they going to stop supporting it? Are Mozilla developing an alternative or integration?