Then I can print them off and put them on my notice board. Summary This is nicely portable and allows me to keep my email on a network server. I do not want any contacts data in the cloud but am forced to. I run Thunderbird in a desktop with Windows 7. Again, Mozilla did not ever make and does not support any Thunderbird app so if there's a bootlegged, fake version out there, keep in mind if you do opt to actually use it that's a really risky way to expose your entire email service account to an unknown entity. Hadron: I set up a gmail account and Thunderbird'ed my form to it.
If you don't like the stock email app, give K9 a shot. They sync directly with the mail server. I prefer K-9 Mail but a lot of others highly praise Aqua Mail. Svim: Thank you for pointing out that Opera is now Chinese. Mozilla has never provided a version of Thunderbird to mobile devices. Blue Mail is another popular email app, but those are just suggestions as you just need to find the one that fits in with your own specific needs. Using cloud services could put the user at great risk, yet another reason why local sync is important to users.
It is not ideal but at least a consolation that provides a crude solution. I pray they don't muck it about. Easily import your existing email accounts and messages. Helpful in setting up new accounts. Cons Can't get it to work with Outlooks owa webmail. These are for weekly duty rotas and the clients can fill them in and return them.
Cons So far it works just great. I'd strongly suggest switching to an email account type that supports sync. Summary Get it if you're on travel without your laptop. I for one would be Very grateful. I am still learning this phone, and it is great by the way.
However, it crashes every day on my Windows 7 64 bit machine and compacting slows everything on my machine to a crawl. System Requirements for Mozilla Thunderbird 60. You can switch your phone's defaults for your email client to K-9 or MailDroid and it will act as if it is nicely built into Android. I was able to develop spell checker for my wife's minority language. Portable Thunderbird is the safe, fast email client that's easy to use. If you're looking for something that will exactly duplicate its desktop features with the extensions you've added that's a real long shot. That won't work for Sent mail but you can always set it up to always Bcc yourself, then all your mail lives in the Inbox.
Once you've done so Thunderbird and your mail app can both sync with the mail server. The directory structure is a bit convoluted, but is much better than Outlook. This means that the sent folders of your phone and your server will not be in sync. I know I could forward my school email to my gmail etc. All email apps have the same basic functionality but differ widely on their interfaces and levels of configuration options.
I am also in need of a full sync app as I am presently forced to use Google. Note: You must delete your old Mozilla Thunderbird directory rather than just overwriting the files there. Plus, it leaves no personal information behind on the machine you run it on, so you can take your email and address book with you on your iPod, flash drive or other portable storage device. It is full offline installer standalone setup of Mozilla Thunderbird 60. I am thinking of buying a smartphone Blaclkberry Priv? There always seems to be freezing going on with my machine until I kill Thunderbird and restart it. Has anyone had experience of running Thunderbird in Android? Are there any apps in which I can do this on? It offers some advantages over other mail clients, including junk mail classification. Needs to be clarified there is no 'official' version of Thunderbird for Android.
I added an account through the email icon on the droidx and put in all my information and then did a manual setup to put in all my settings according to what was on my computer. I may stop by the Verizon store where I purchased the phone and see if they can help. Read through the descriptions for each and take a look at the screen caps. If someone were to create an app that would use tbird datafiles I wouldn't mind if it didn't have the same functionality as tbird. Mozilla Thunderbird is an open-source, free and cross-platform mail client and news reader for most modern operating systems including, but not limited to Windows, Macintosh and Linux. As for adding new contacts to your address book, you just have to click twice and it is done. Thunderbird will tell you when it thinks a message might be a scam.