I am using Thunderbird because due to my work I currently have to manage almost 12 different emails and Thunderbird has worked perfectly with all the domains without any type of problem or error.
The application has a lot of advanced configuration options but if you do not need to configure the emails manually, you do not have to waste time with it, and the best thing about Thunderbird is that, at least in my case, all the domains are auto-detected. correctly and I just had to put the email and the password!
Incredible now I can manage all email accounts at once and without wasting time opening and closing sessions with several different accounts.
Other things that I liked about thunderbird:
- You can configure it to manage the mail locally so if you lose the connection you can continue reading emails
- You can also write emails without connection and send them, when the connection returns they will be sent automatically.
- The application is open source and free, offered by the Mozilla foundation (the same created from firefox)
- I work in Windows and MAC although it is also available for Linux users
- Thunderbird is very stable I have not had lag or crash problems in the application
What I did not like about Thunderbird is that if you add several accounts from the same domain (outlook for example) when making simultaneous connections to check the mail, Microsoft Outlook activates the security of the account and blocks the login until you enter from the web and deactivate it.
I recommend using Thunderbird if you have many emails to manage either personal or professional and do not want to waste time opening and closing sessions on the Internet. Also Thunderbird is open source and free.
In the company I have to manage more than 12 emails and I was losing a lot of time trying to review them all one by one, opening and closing sessions. Now thanks to Thunderbird I just lose 10 minutes of my time and I can do it in real time.