Set up email
Add and configure your email accounts on Thunderbird
- Automatic Account Configuration Setting up a new account with Thunderbird is easy. All you need to do is provide your user name and password for your email provider and your email address.
- Manual Account Configuration This article will show you how to manually configure the basic settings you need to send and receive emails with Thunderbird.
- Thunderbird and Gmail Thunderbird can be set up to work seamlessly with Google's Gmail. Messages will be synchronized between your local version of Thunderbird and web-based Gmail.
- Why does Thunderbird warn me that my server doesn't use encryption? This article explains why Thunderbird displays a warning if you set up an account which doesn't use encryption in order to protect your connection.
- Glossary of Terms including types of Accounts This article describes the types of accounts (IMAP, POP, RSS, NNTP) supported by Thunderbird.
- Changing IMAP to POP As of Thunderbird 3, the new Automatic Account Configuration Wizard can help you configure your connection to your email provider, but only if your provider is in Mozilla's database of Internet Service Providers or recognized by Thunderbird. While most of the large providers are included, many smaller ones are not yet in the account configuration database.
- Configure Origin Address for Multiple Gmail Accounts Thunderbird can be used to manage multiple email accounts. These accounts can either be from the same or different email providers.
- Configuring Email Aliases Instructions for configuring email aliases in Thunderbird using filters and identities
- Maildir in Thunderbird Discussion of the Maildir interface introduced in version 38.