Office 365 – How can I set up Thunderbird for Mac and Windows?
Description: The document is written to configure version 38.0.2 of Thunderbird. If you are using an earlier version of Thunderbird please upgrade. Since Microsoft is not recommending this client and it does not offer full support of all functions of Office 365, you may only Send/Receive email from this client. This client is not recommend by […]
» Subjects: Email, Exchange, HeelMail, Introduction to Email » Tags: Exchange, Office 365, Thunderbird
How to forward suspect Phishing & SPAM Email Messages for Evaluation
Description: What is a Phishing or SPAM Email? Phishing is email that attempts to capture login credentials, sensitive or financial information, or both. In some cases phishing is an attempt to collect money. Generally, phishing emails attempt to convince users to unknowingly surrender information by providing an attachment for the user to open or by […]
» Subjects: Email, Exchange, HeelMail, Spam and Phishing » Tags: Mac Mail, outlook, OWA, Phish, Phishing, spam, Thunderbird
How do I find my local mail folders in Mozilla Thunderbird?
Description: The instructions below are designed to help you find where the local folders emails are stored for Thunderbird application on your computer. This can be useful if you need to backup your local folders. To backup your folders you will need to back up the files in the path provided. Note: If you are a […]
» Subjects: Email, Introduction to Email » Tags: Local, Mail Clients, Thunderbird
What are the Junk Mail Controls in Thunderbird?
Description: Introduction Thunderbird has a built in feature called Junk Mail. It automatically detects incoming email messages that appear to be junk mail (also known as spam), and then can perform a number of configurable actions on those messages. Messages that Thunderbird thinks are junk will display a junk mail icon. At first, you must train […]
» Subjects: Email, Spam and Phishing » Tags: Mozilla, spam, Thunderbird
How Do I Change Where My Reply Starts in Mozilla Thunderbird?
Description: In Mozilla Thunderbird, when replying to a message, you can have your reply inserted above or below the original message. Instructions to Change Reply Location 1. While logged in to Mozilla Thunderbird, click on the menu and click on. 2. On the left-hand menu, select the option under your email account, which will bring up […]
» Subjects: Email, Introduction to Email » Tags: Mail Clients, reply, Thunderbird
Software Acquisition – Available Software
Description: For a full listing of software available through the ITS Software Acquisition office please visit their Available Software page.
» Subjects: Software, Software Acquisition » Tags: Adobe Acrobat Pro, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Adobe Creative Suites, Adobe Photoshop CS, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Amos, Apple Mac OS X, ArcGIS, Blackberry Enterprise Service, ChemDraw Ultra, Dave, Deep Freeze, df Power DBMS/Copy, Dreamweaver, Elluminate Plan!, Elluminate Publish!, EndNote, ENVI with IDL, F-Secure, Final Draft, Firefox, Flash Professional, Host Explorer, iron mountain, JMP, JMP Genomics, KClient, maple, mathematica, Matlab, Microsoft DreamSpark, Microsoft Office Suite, Microsoft Windows, Mulberry., Novell, nQuery Advisor, OpenAFS, Oracle Database, Patchlink Service, PGP Whole Disk Encryption, R, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, RefWorks, Respondus, SAS 8.2, SAS 9.1.3, SAS 9.2, Secure-CRT, software, software acquisition, SPSS, SSH/SFTP Secure Shell, Stata GradPlan, StetchWare, Stuffit Expander, SUDAAN, Sun, Symantec AntiVirus CE, Symantec AntiVirus for Mac, Symantec Ghost, Thunderbird, VPN Client, Winzip, X-Win32
How do I send mail from another address in Mozilla Thunderbird?
Description: What are Identities in Mozilla Thunderbird? Settings used when you start composing a message Settings used when you send a message Mozilla Thunderbird 0.7 or later is required for these instructions for creating multiple identities. Create an Identity To create an identity in Mozilla Thunderbird, go to Tools > Account Settings to open the Account […]
» Subjects: Email, Introduction to Email » Tags: Identity, Mail Client, Thunderbird