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Windows/Mac/Linux: Folders and labels in Thunderbird are great for at keeping your mail organised and out of your inbox, but they all look alike. Color Folders is a simple add-on that lets you customise the folders in Thunderbird however you like — by priority, to match your Gmail labels, or just according to your tastes.

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Webmail is flexible, portable, and accessible everywhere, but desktop email clients have a lot of benefits too. From encryption you can trust to easy backups, there are some features you can only get — or get easily — with a desktop client like Outlook, Postbox or Thunderbird. Here are some of the best ones.

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While throwing a bunch of documents or other files into your favourite archiving tool before emailing them isn't much of a burden, if it's a regular activity, removing the step can potentially save you a lot of time. If you're using Thunderbird, then Auto Compress File is the extension for you.

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If you use webmail like Gmail or Hotmail, there's really no syncing needed to keep your email coordinated across multiple computers — open up your web browser on any computer and everything is just as you left it. Those of us who prefer — or are required to use — a desktop program like Microsoft Outlook or Thunderbird, however, have to work a little harder to get our emails, contacts, calendar events and tasks synchronised across multiple devices. Here's how to set it up.

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Thunderbirds threaded view is nice but doesn't quite recreate the magic that Gmail's conversation view does. Free add-on Thunderbird Conversations brings Gmail's conversation view (and its many conveniences, like quick reply and contact tooltips) right into the new Thunderbird 3.3.