Thunderbird 102.1.0

[German]The developers of Thunderbird have released another update of the email client on July 26, 2022. This should fix a number of bugs and is already the second bug fix update within a few days for the recently released 102 version.


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Thunderbird 102.1.0

Andreas has mentioned here  the updates 102.0.3 (7/20/2022, change log) nd now to 102.1.0 (thanks for that). According to the Thunderbird Release Notes, this version contains the following changes and bug fixes:

  • The activity manager did not show POP messages for downloads
  • The Mail Folder Properties dialog was not sized correctly, causing the content to be truncated
  • Expired messages did not display an error message
  • Calendar column selection was closed prematurely after selecting/deselecting a single column

In addition, various unspecified UI improvements are cited. In addition, this update closes five vulnerabilities (one rated as high), which are specified here.

System requirements

he system requirements for the various operating system versions (see here

for more details):

  • Windows: Windows 7  or higher
  • Mac: Mac OS X 10.12  or higher
  • Linux: GTK+ 3.14  or higher

The download of the free Thunderbird is available here.


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1 Response to Thunderbird 102.1.0

  1. Greg L says:

    Ever since Thunder version 102.x.x I have had issues… it is almost at the point am going to drop thunderbird. I would roll it back to a previous version but, my understanding is you cannot do that with version 102. I currently have version 102.1.0 and again same issue downloads messages from pop account but cannot find them… sits there and gets them all, but nothing anywhere to be found sigh…. that is assuming you can even get it to connect without a stupid error saying "process is running try again later"

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