i need help with security features
can someone explain more about the cost of Thunderbird email service and how to download it on Linux. can someone help me to run Firefox OS on my phone is there a way for someone to explain in detail how to do it and more info on the subject. also why do the survey only ask one question, is there a complete survey that will allow me to give more details on the subject
Additional System Details
- DivX Web Player version 188.8.131.52
- The Videos 3.10.1 plugin handles video and audio streams.
- Shockwave Flash 11.2 r202
- User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux x86_64; rv:38.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/38.0
Thunderbird is an email client program. Mozilla does not provide email accounts, so you would use Thunderbird with your account at another provider. If you are not sure which providers are compatible with Thunderbird and have some providers in mind, feel free to mention their names.
Modifying FirefoxOS to work on other devices is beyond the scope of this forum. I suggest starting here: https://developer.mozilla.org/Firefox_OS/Introduction
(Since we have separate support forums for Firefox on desktop, Firefox on Android, Thunderbird, and FirefoxOS, we do suggest posting separate questions when you are addressing different products.)
what can i do to find out more about firefoxOS it took me forever to register with this site. Finding info on this site is really confusing like windows purposely deceptive site. and there 1 question survey shows that firefox does care about improvement its really hard to navigate this site like right now i would love to download firefox os on my phone but it will take to long and drive me crazy trying to navigate this cognitively confusing site. i would literally have to search outside of the site to get the answers that i need
Okay, I don't know what you mean about a 1 question survey. I was assuming you meant that each support question needs to be separate.
If you are not buying a device already set up to run FirefoxOS, then you are embarking on an adventure that unfortunately the support volunteers here wouldn't have much personal experience with. Please follow the link to the MDN site that I provided earlier. You will see some chat channels and other options there that may help.
If you meant that you want Firefox for Android for your Android device, then try the Google Play store.
You did ask about downloading Thunderbird, although I am not sure that is what you now want to do but see
For the basics about using Firefox for Android look from