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Thunderbird is the email client portion of Mozilla, an open-source suite of applications that can be downloaded for free over the Internet. Using a full-featured email client such as Thunderbird offers several advantages over web-based mail interfaces such as Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo mail, and UT Webmail. Topics covered by the tutorial include download and installation, navigating the interface, adding email accounts, RSS reader, using filters, spam, and junk mail. This collection contains files associated with the tutorial, including web pages, images, and copyright documentati

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