Thunderbird 10 Manual (PDF) - the manual includes information on how to create signatures, use mail merge and organise your emails)
What is Thunderbird?
Thunderbird (Mozilla Thunderbird) is the email client that best fits the Universities requirements. Thunderbird allows people to save all their settings, address books and email on our central servers. Thunderbird is installed on all accessible University computers making acess easy for all users. The comprehensive list below summarises the features of Thunderbird.
What are the advantages?
- Manage multiple email, newsgroup and news feed accounts and supports multiple identities within accounts
- Thunderbird 10 compatible with mail merge facility in MS Word 2010
- The latest security in junk email control
- Can be easily updated by Computing services
- Automatically updated when there is an internet connection
- Easy to use one-click Address book
- Secure to use
- Simple user friendly interface
- Automatic warning that your quota is nearly full, so you can manage your account
- People can share their personal address books with others
- Has built-in management of shared mail-boxes
- Fully customisable themes, add-ons and folders
- All emails are backed up on the main IMAP server
- Preconfigured with the optimum settings for your use
- Your preferred settings are saved and will be applied to any Public Access PC you login to
For further information regarding the Thunderbird software, please see: