Detailed Description of Thunderbird for Mac 10.0.2 2012
Mozilla Thunderbird for Mac is a redesign of the Mozilla mail component for Mac OS X users. Thunderbird for Mac's goal is to produce a cross platform stand alone mail application using the XUL user interface language. The intended customer is someone who uses Mozilla Firefox (or another stand alone browser) as their primary browser and wants a mail client based on mozilla that "plays nice" with the browser.
Thunderbird for Mac makes e-mailing safer, faster, and easier with such features as intelligent spam filters, a built-in RSS reader, and quick search. Thunderbird for Mac provides effective tools for detecting junk mail. Its tools analyze your e-mail and identify those that are most likely to be junk. You can automatically have your junk mail deleted or you can put it in a folder you specify, just in case you like reading junk mail.
Features of Thunderbird for Mac:
1. Message Tagging
Thunderbird 2 allows you to "tag" messages with descriptors such as "To Do" or a "Done" or even create your own tags that are specific to your needs.
2. Improved Search
Thunderbird 2 features a new find bar that speeds up searches within displayed messages.
3. Saved Searches
Thunderbird 2 saves you time by allowing you to store this search as a folder. Rerunning the search is just a matter of clicking on the saved search folder in the folder pane.
4. Advanced Folder Views
Thunderbird 2 offers a variety of ways for you to organize and display your folders, whether by favorites, recently viewed or folders containing unread messages.
5. Stay Informed
Thunderbird 2 has been updated to provide more informative and relevant message alerts containing sender, subject and message text for newly arrived messages.
6. Easy Access to Popular Web Mail Services
Thunderbird 2 makes it even easier to integrate and use various Web mail accounts from one inbox. Gmail and Mac users can access their accounts in Thunderbird by simply providing their user names.
Thunderbird for Mac is designed for:
Mac OS X