The well-known cross-platform email client Mozilla Thunderbird has been updated to version 102, and this is the first major update since the 91st version, released almost a year ago.
Yes, the Thunderbird 102 has a vertical “space bar” on the left with quick access to the address book, calendar, tasks, and chat – you can completely hide it with the button in the lower left corner. These are all built-in elements, including the calendar. The Lightning Calendar project has been integrated into Thunderbird.
Also, the new version has significantly updated the address book, which now opens in a new tab, rather than in a separate window. In addition, it received additional information fields and a more modern design.
Thunderbird 102 introduces a new import/export wizard. Now there is no need to use additional addons when migrating from Outlook or SeaMonkey.
Message headers have also been redesigned. They now “focus” on important information, become easier to use, and allow you to turn a message into a calendar event or task in a couple of clicks.
Thunderbird 102 has also updated the icon set and added open protocol support for the Matrix.
You can download Mozilla Thunderbird 102 from the official site.