The team behind the Thunderbird email app has released version 78.3.3. It is a small minor update that comes with OpenPGP fixes. There is no new features.
Thunderbird is my preferred email client of choice. I use this app on every PC and on every operating system I use. It is stable, contains all the features you need, supports add-ons and also comes with a useful RSS reader. I am using Thunderbird for many years and never felt the need to look for an alternative.
Thunderbird 78 doesn't support classic XUL add-ons any more, but includes some of their features natively. E.g. on Windows you can minimize the app to the system tray.
The following changes have been made in versions 78.3.3.
Thunderbird 78.3.3 changes
- OpenPGP: Improved support for encrypting with subkeys
- OpenPGP message status icons were not visible in message header pane
- OpenPGP Key Manager was missing from Tools menu on macOS
- Creating a new calendar event did not require an event title
- Message list is not focused at startup
The release notes are available here.