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Linux Pocket Guide, 2nd Edition by Daniel J. Barrett

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thunderbird — stdin  stdout  - file  -- opt  --help  --version

Synopsis

thunderbird

Thunderbird is one of the most popular graphical email programs, available not only for Linux but also Windows and Macintosh. The first time you run Thunderbird, you’ll be guided through a series of dialogs to set up your mail account. Once this is complete, the main Thunderbird window presents you with common email operations:

Inbox

View your mail

Write

Compose a new mail message

Get Mail

Check for new messages on your mail server

Reply

Reply to a message, only to the sender

Reply All

Reply to a message, to all addresses in the To and CC lines

Forward

Forward a message to a third party

Thunderbird is highly configurable. You can customize the entire look and feel of the program (known as the “Theme”), install add-ons to provide new features, and more. See http://www.getthunderbird.com for details.

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