If you are like most people, you probably receive a lot of email from friends, family, co-workers, and others. It can be very difficult to manage and keep track of all of those messages.
Thunderbird gives you two very powerful and useful ways to manage your messages: tagging and marking. Let's take a look them.
Using tags, you can give your email messages a priority or just categorize them in a way that makes sense for you. Thunderbird comes with several preset tags:
Each tag has its own color.
When you want to apply a tag to a message, do this:
If you need to create a new tag, you can by doing this:
You can get rid of tags that you no longer need by doing this:
The Thunderbird Preferences window opens.
Whenever you click on an email message in the Message pane, it is marked as having been read. Sometimes, though, you might want to revisit the message at a later date and will want to distinguish it from other messages in your inbox or in your mail folders. Or you might want to visually point out a message as being important using a star. Marking your emails is a simple but useful way of doing that. Here's how to do it.
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