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All Thunderbird Bugs Have Been Fixed!

April Fools! We still have open bugs, but we’d like your help to close them! We are grateful to have a very active set of users who generate a lot of bug reports and we are requesting your help in sorting them, an activity called bug triage. We’re holding “Bug Days” on April 8th (all […]

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FOSDEM 2019 and DeltaChat

During the last month we attended two events: FOSDEM, Europe‚Äôs premier free software event, and a meetup with the folks behind DeltaChat. At both events we met great people, had interesting conversations, and talked through potential future collaboration with Thunderbird. This post details some of our conversations and insights gather from those events. FOSDEM 2019 […]

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Thunderbird in 2019

From the Thunderbird team we wish you a Happy New Year! Welcome to 2019, and in this blog post we’ll look at what we got accomplished in 2018 and look forward to what we’re going to be working on this year. Looking Back on 2018 More Eggs in the Nest Our team grew considerably in […]

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The Thunderbird project is hiring: Software Engineers

We’re Hiring Again! You read that right, we are hiring “Software Engineers”, plural. We have some big plans for the next year and you can be a part of it! You can find the job post below. If you are interested Email your CV/Resume and cover letter to: apply@mozillafoundation.org. About Thunderbird Thunderbird is an email […]

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What’s New in Thunderbird 60

Thunderbird 60, the newest stable release of everyone’s favorite desktop Email client, has been released. This version of Thunderbird is packed full of great new features, fixes, and changes that improve the user experience and make for a worthwhile upgrade. I’ll highlight three of the biggest changes in Thunderbird 60 in this post. For more […]

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EFail and Thunderbird, What You Need To Know

Yesterday, researchers and the press shared information describing security vulnerabilities that would enable an attacker to gain access to the plaintext of encrypted Emails. To understand how this happens, the researchers who uncovered EFail provide a good description on their website: In a nutshell, EFAIL abuses active content of HTML emails, for example externally loaded […]

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We’re Hiring a Build Engineer

We at the Thunderbird project are hiring a Build and Release Engineer. Interested in getting paid to work on Thunderbird? You’ll find information about the role ,as well as how to apply, below! Thunderbird Build & Release Engineer About Thunderbird Thunderbird is a email client depended on daily by 25 million people on three platforms: […]

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What Thunderbird Learned at FOSDEM

Hello everyone! I’m writing this following a visit to Brussels this past weekend to the Free and Open Source Software conference called FOSDEM. As far as I know it is one of the largest, if not the largest FOSS conference in Europe. It proved to be a great opportunity to discuss Thunderbird with a wide […]

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