Has anyone tried it yet? I've installed it, but I'm not quite sure what I'm supposed to do. You see, I want to make a brand-new email account for non-university and non-friend stuff. (Ie. professional stuff, work, scholarships, etc.). But I have no idea how to make a new email account on thunderbird. Seeing as how they said that the username doesn't exist (well duh! I'm trying to make an account with that username!) and so they must be giving me troubles.
By the way, I suck with computers and computer lingo, just so y'know. D:
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One becomes strong when they are fighting to protect someone close to them... - Shiro Haku
Thunderbird is a mail-client, i.e. you use it to view and send mail from an already existing email address.
If you don't have an email address you want to use, go register either a Gmail, Yahoo or Hotmail, whichever floats your boat!
After you've gotten your email set up with a username and password - this is when Thunderbird comes into play! Enter your address' details, your mailhosts' details (incoming / outgoing (send/recieve) mailserver) and you should be all set.
For further information and details, check google or that website up over yonder.