Thunderbird flies! The free email program from the makers of Mozilla Firefox shines with easy to use yet powerful features — and you can make it fly faster and fly farther. Find out which tips and techniques have helped others get the most out of their Mozilla Thunderbird
and profit from them, too.
When you're done with the most popular, dig deeper and discover more:
(Updated February 2013)
Copy all your Mozilla Thunderbird data (emails, contacts, settings, filters, junk mail training data and more) to a new computer, different partition or backup location.
Locate the folder that contains your Mozilla Thunderbird messages, filters, settings and more.
Migrate all your mail from Mozilla Thunderbird to Outlook Express, from where you can further export it to other email programs, if necessary.
Restore Mozilla Thunderbird as it was — on your old computer, or before your hard disk crashed.
Start composing where you prefer: here's how to have Mozilla Thunderbird position the cursor at the top, above quoted text, when you reply.
When you click the link to a web page in an email, nothing happens? Here's how to make links work again and open happily in your browser; works for Outlook, Outlook Express, and just about any other Windows email program.
Want your logo, a photo or some other graphic to appear in your signature? Here's how to add an image to your signature in Mozilla Thunderbird.
Do you want to download mail from your Windows Live Hotmail account into Mozilla Thunderbird? Here's how easy this is to set up with a smart tool that translates between the two.
If you move from using Mozilla Thunderbird for your mail to relying mostly on Gmail, here's how to take all your messages with you in a clean and simple fashion.
It's easy, fast and effortless to import all your email messages from Outlook Express into Mozilla Thunderbird.