Introduction To Thunderbird

Thunderbird is one of those programs which can compete with MS Outlook Express, not only because it has similar functionality, but it's also user friendly. Microsoft Outlook Express has for a number of years been the leading application for sending and receiving e-mails. Thunderbird Secure Email makes emailing safer, faster, and easier than ever before with the industry's best implementations of features such as intelligent spam filters, built-in RSS reader, quick search, and much more. Unlike MS Outlook Express Thunderbird is a free program available to any internet user with out any cost at all.

Why Use Thunderbird?
1. It's user friendly, easy to install, easy to use.
2. It's Free, meaning, you can download it from the web, no charge.
3. Cross platform, you can use it with Windows as well as the GNU/Linux operating system.
Download Thunderbird
1. Go to  and download the Thunderbird E-mail Client
2. Setup Thunderbird on your computer.
3. After setup run the program
Setup Thunderbird
1. Go to Tools then down to Account settings.
2. Click on the Add Account button
3. In the Account Wizard select Email account then click on next
4. Your Name: enter your name, & in the Email Address: ad your email address. Click next
5. Select POP and in the Incoming Server: enter
6. In the Outgoing Server: enter and click next
7. Incoming User Name: put your email address
8. In the Outgoing User Name: put your email address and click next.
9. in the Account Name: enter your email address and click next. Then click finish and then ok.
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