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+Start Using Thunderbird
+=======================
+
+![Thunderbird](thunderbird.jpg)
+
+In upcoming sections, we will be using Mozilla's Thunderbird e-mail program to show you how to configure your e-mail client for maximum security. Similar to Mozilla's Firefox browser, Thunderbird has many security advantages over its counterparts like Apple Mail and Outlook.
+
+Thunderbird is a so-called "mail user agent" (MUA). This is different from web-based e-mail services like Google's Gmail. You must install the Thunderbird application on your computer. Thunderbird has a nice interface and features that enable you to manage multiple mailboxes, organize messages into folders, and search through mails easily.
+
+Thunderbird can be configured to work with your existing e-mail account, whether that account is through your Internet Service Provider (such as Comcast) or through an web-based email provider (such as Gmail).
+
+Using Thunderbird has many advantages over using web-based e-mail interfaces. These will be discussed in the following chapter. To summarize, though, Thunderbird enables much greater privacy and security than web-based e-mail services.
+
+This section provides information on how to install Thunderbird on Windows, Mac OS X, and Ubuntu.
+
+Installing Thunderbird on Windows
+---------------------------------
+
+Installing Thunderbird involves two steps: first, download the software and then run the installation program.
+
+ 1. Use your web browser to visit the Thunderbird download page at [http://www.mozillamessaging.com/en-US/thunderbird/](http://www.mozillamessaging.com/en-US/thunderbird/). This page detects your computer's operating system and language, and recommends the best version of Thunderbird for you to use.
+
+ ![Thunderbird Install](thunderbird_inst_1.jpg)
+
+ If you want to use Thunderbird in a different language or with a different operating system, click the *Other Systems and Languages* link on the right side of the page and select the version that you need.
+
+ 2. Click the download button to save the installation program to your computer.
+
+ ![Thunderbird Install](thunderbird_inst_2.jpg)
+
+ Click the **Save** button to save the Thunderbird Setup file to your computer.
+
+ 3. Close all applications running on your computer.
+ 4. Find the setup file on your computer (it's usually in the Downloads folder or on your desktop) and then double-click it to start the installation. The first thing that the installer does is display the **Welcome to the Mozilla Thunderbird Setup Wizard** screen.
+
+ ![Thunderbird Install](thunderbird_inst_3.jpg)
+
+ Click the **Next** button to start the installation. If you want to cancel it, click the **Cancel** button.
+
+ 5. The next thing that you see is the **Setup Type** screen. For most users the Standard setup option is good enough for their needs. The Custom setup option is recommended for experienced users only. Note that Thunderbird installs itself as your default mail application. If you do not want this, clear the checkbox labeled **Use Thunderbird as my default mail application**.
+
+ ![Thunderbird Install](thunderbird_inst_4.jpg)
+
+ Click the **Next** button to continue the installation.
+
+ 6. After Thunderbird has been installed, click the **Finish** button to close the setup wizard.
+
+ ![Thunderbird Install](thunderbird_inst_5.jpg)
+
+ If the **Launch Mozilla Thunderbird** now checkbox is selected, Thunderbird starts after it has been installed.
+
+Installing Thunderbird on Ubuntu
+--------------------------------
+
+There are two different procedures for installing Thunderbird on Ubuntu: one for version 10.04 or later, and one for earlier versions of Ubuntu. We describe both below.
+
+Thunderbird will not run without the following libraries or packages installed on your computer:
+
+ * GTK+ 2.10 or higher
+ * GLib 2.12 or higher
+ * Pango 1.14 or higher
+ * X.Org 1.0 or higher
+
+Mozilla recommends that a Linux system also has the following libraries or packages installed:
+
+ * NetworkManager 0.7 or higher
+ * DBus 1.0 or higher
+ * HAL 0.5.8 or higher
+ * GNOME 2.16 or higher
+
+Installing Thunderbird on Ubuntu 12.04 or newer
+-----------------------------------------------
+
+If you're using Ubuntu 12.04 or newer, the easiest way to install Thunderbird is through the Ubuntu Software Center.
+
+ 1. Type Software in the Untiy search window.
+
+ ![Thunderbird Install](thunderbird_inst_ubuntu_1.jpg)
+
+ 2. Click on 'Ubuntu Software Center'
+ 3. Type "Thunderbird" in the search box and press the Enter on your keyboard. The Ubuntu Software Center finds Thunderbird in its list of available software.
+ 4. Click the **Install** button. If Thunderbird needs any additional libraries, the Ubuntu Software Center alerts you and installs them along with Thunderbird.
+
+You can find the shortcut to start Thunderbird in the Internet option under the Applications menu:
+
+![Thunderbird Install](thunderbird_inst_ubuntu_2.jpg)
+
+Installing Thunderbird on Mac OS X
+----------------------------------
+
+To install Thunderbird on your Mac, follow these steps:
+
+ 1. Use your web browser to visit the Thunderbird download page at [http://www.mozillamessaging.com/en-US/thunderbird/](http://www.mozillamessaging.com/en-US/thunderbird/). This page detects your computer's operating system and language, and it recommends the best version of Thunderbird for you to use.
+
+ ![Thunderbird Install](thunderbird_inst_mac_1.jpg)
+
+ 2. Download the Thunderbird disk image. When the download is complete, the disk image may automatically open and mount a new volume called *Thunderbird*.
+
+ If the volume did not mount automatically, open the Download folder and double-click the disk image to mount it. A Finder window appears:
+
+ ![Thunderbird Install](thunderbird_inst_mac_2.jpg)
+
+ 3. Drag the Thunderbird icon into your Applications folder. You've installed Thunderbird!
+ 4. Optionally, drag the Thunderbird icon from the Applications folder into the Dock. Choosing the Thunderbird icon from the Dock lets you quickly open Thunderbird from there.
+
+ ![Thunderbird Install](thunderbird_inst_mac_3.jpg)
+
+**Note:** When you run Thunderbird for the first time, newer versions of Mac OS X (10.5 or later) will warn you that the application Thunderbird.app was downloaded from the Internet.
+
+If you downloaded Thunderbird from the Mozilla site, click the **Open** button.
+
+![Thunderbird Install](thunderbird_inst_mac_4.jpg)
+
+Starting Thunderbird for the first time
+---------------------------------------
+
+After you have installed Thunderbird for the first time you will be guided through the configuration of your mail account. These settings are defined by your e-mail provider (your Internet Service Provider or web-based e-mail service provider). The next chapter describes how to set up your account and configure it for maximum security.
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+Setting up secure connections
+=============================
+
+There is a right (secure) way to configure your connection to your provider's mail servers and a wrong (insecure) way. The most fundamental aspect of e-mail security is the type of connection that you make to your e-mail provider's mail server.
+
+Whenever possible, you should connect using the **SSL** (Secure Socket Layer) and **TLS** (Transport Layer Security) protocols. (**STARTTLS**, which is another option available when configuring an account, is a variation of SSL / TLS.) These protocols prevent your own system (beyond Thunderbird) and any points between your system and the mail server from intercepting and obtaining your password. SSL / TLS also prevent eavesdroppers from reading the content of your messages.
+
+These protocols, however, only secure the connection between your computer and the mail server. They do not secure the information channel all the way to the message recipient. Once the mail servers forward the message for delivery, the message may be intercepted and read by points in between the mail server and the recipient.
+
+This is where **PGP** (Pretty Good Privacy) comes in, which is described in the next chapter.
+
+The first step in establishing e-mail security is a secure connection between your system and the mail servers. This chapter describes how to set up your e-mail account the right way.
+
+Configuration requirements
+--------------------------
+
+When you configure an account, Thunderbird attempts to determine (from the email account and the account details that you provide) the connection parameters to your email provider. While Thunderbird knows the connection parameters for many email providers, it does not know them all. If the parameters are not known to Thunderbird, you will need to provide the following information to configure your account:
+
+ * **Your username**
+ * **Your password**
+ * **Incoming server:** name (such as `imap.example.com`), protocol (POP or IMAP), port (by default, 110), and security protocol
+ * **Outgoing server:** name (such as `smtp.example.com`), port (by default, 25), and security protocol
+
+You should have received this information from your hosting provider. Alternatively, you can usually find this information on the support pages on the website of your hosting provider. In our example we will be using the Gmail server configuration. You can use Thunderbird with your Gmail account. To do so, you must change a configuration setting in your account. If you are not using a Gmail account, skip the next section.
+
+Preparing a Gmail account for use with Thunderbird
+--------------------------------------------------
+
+Log in to your Gmail account in your browser. Select **Settings** from options in the top right, then go to the tab **Forwarding and POP/IMAP**. Click **Enable IMAP** and then **Save Changes**.
+
+![Gmail enable IMAP](gmail_imap.png)
+
+Configuring Thunderbird to use SSL/TLS
+--------------------------------------
+
+When you start up Thunderbird for the first time, you will enter a step-by-step configuration procedure for setting up your first account. (You can invoke the account setup interface any time by selecting **File | New | Mail Account**). On the first screen, you will be asked for your name, your email-address and your password. The value you enter for your name does not have to be your real name. It will be shown to the recipient of your messages. Enter the information and click **Continue**.
+
+![Thunderbird Configure](thunderbird_conf_1.png)
+
+On the next screen, Thunderbird will attempt to determine the server names based on your email address. This may take some time, and will only work if Thunderbird knows the settings for the mail servers for your email provider. In either case you will be presented with a window where you can modify the settings. In the example below, Thunderbird has detected the settings automatically. You can see the protocol at the right side of the server names. This should be either **SSL/TLS** or **STARTTLS**. *Otherwise your connection is insecure and you should attempt manual setup.*
+
+![Thunderbird Install](thunderbird_conf_2.png)
+
+When you are finished, click **Create account**. If Thunderbird could not determine your server settings, click on **Manual setup** to configure the server names yourself.
+
+Manual setup
+------------
+
+Use the Account Settings interface to manually configure accounts in Thunderbird. The Account Settings dialog will automatically open if you select **Manual setup** in the configuration wizard. In this case we are only interested in the incoming and outgoing mail server names, and the protocol we use to connect with them. As you can see in the examples below, we enter the Gmail server names and we force them to use **TLS/SSL**, a secure method to connect to the servers.
+
+![Thunderbird Install](thunderbird_conf_3.png)
+
+Under 'Server Settings', we will find only the incoming (**IMAP**) server and its settings for that specific account.
+
+![Thunderbird Install](thunderbird_conf_4.png)
+
+After **Server Name** enter the name of the IMAP server, in this case `mail.gmail.com`.
+
+*As you can see we have selected **'SSL/TLS'** under the connection security setting. This enforces encryption.* Do not be scared by the authentication method **Normal password**. The password will be automatically encrypted due to our secured connections to the server.
+
+Finally, configure the outgoing server for the account. Click on **Outgoing Server (SMTP)** in the left panel.
+
+![Thunderbird Install](thunderbird_conf_5.png)
+
+Again, we have selected **SSL/TLS** under **Connection security**. The port will default to 465 and this should generally not have to be changed.
+
+Finishing the setup, different encryption methods
+-------------------------------------------------
+
+Test your Thunderbird setup by trying to send and receive mails. Some email hosting providers may not support the SSL/TLS protocol, which is the preferred choice. You will get an error message saying the authentication protocol is not supported by the server. You may then switch to using STARTTLS instead. In the above two screens, select 'STARTTLS' under 'Connection security'. If this method also fails, contact your email hosting provider and ask them if they provide another way to securely connect to their servers. If they do not allow you to securely connect to their servers, then you should complain and seriously consider switching to a different provider.
+
+Returning to the configuration screens
+--------------------------------------
+
+At any time you can reconfigure your email accounts by going to the Thunderbird menu bar and clicking **Edit | Account Settings** (Linux), **Tools | Account Settings** (Windows and Mac OS X).
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+Some Additional Security Settings
+=================================
+
+Thunderbird provides additional security measures to protect you from junk mail, identity theft, viruses (with the help of your anti-virus software, of course), intellectual property theft, and malicious web sites.
+
+We will look at the following Thunderbird security features. First a little background on why you need to consider some of these measures:
+
+ * **Adaptive junk mail controls**. Adaptive junk mail controls allow you to train Thunderbird to identify junk email (SPAM) and remove it from your inbox. You can also mark messages as junk mail manually if your email provider's system misses the junk mail and lets it go through.
+ * **Integration with anti-virus software.** If your anti-virus software supports Thunderbird, you can use that software to quarantine messages that contain viruses or other malicious content. If you're wondering what anti-virus software works with Thunderbird, you can find a list here: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Antivirus_software.
+ * **Master password.** For your convenience, you can have Thunderbird remember each of your individual passwords of your e-mail accounts. You can specify a master password that you enter each time you start Thunderbird. This will enable Thunderbird to open all your email accounts with your saved passwords.
+ * **Restrictions on cookies.** Some blogs and websites attempt to send cookies (a piece of text that stores information from Web sites on your computer) with their RSS feeds. These cookies are often used by content providers to provide targeted advertising. Thunderbird rejects cookies by default, but you can configure Thunderbird to accept some or all cookies.
+
+In the Security Preferences section of Thunderbird's Options/Preferences dialog box you can set up the preferences for these features.
+
+ * In Windows and Mac OS X, go to the 'Tools' menu and click 'Options'.
+ * On Ubuntu or other versions of Linux, go to the 'Edit' menu and click 'Preferences'.
+
+Junk mail settings
+------------------
+
+ 1. In the Preferences/Options dialog box, click 'Security' and then click the 'Junk' tab.
+
+ ![Thunderbird Security](thunderbird_sec_1.jpg)
+
+ 2. Do the following:
+ * To tell Thunderbird that it should handle messages marked as junk, select the check box labelled 'When I mark message as junk'.
+ * To have Thunderbird move these messages to a junk folder, select the 'Move them to account's 'Junk' folder' radio button.
+ * To have Thunderbird delete junk mail upon receiving it, select the 'Delete them' radio button.
+
+ 3. Thunderbird will mark junk message as read if you select the check box labeled 'Mark messages determined to be Junk as read'.
+ 4. If you want to keep a log of junk mail received, select the 'Enable junk filter logging' check box.
+ 5. Click the 'OK' button to close the 'Options/Preferences' dialog box.
+
+Scam detection and warning system
+---------------------------------
+
+ 1. In the Preferences/Options dialog box, click 'Security' and then click the 'E-mail Scams' tab.
+
+ ![Thunderbird Security](thunderbird_sec_2.jpg)
+
+ 2. To have Thunderbird warn you about possible email scams, select the check box labelled 'Tell me if the message I'm read is a suspected email scam'. To turn off this feature, deselect this check box.
+
+ 3. Click the 'OK' button to close the 'Options/Preferences' dialog box.
+
+Anti-virus integration
+----------------------
+
+ 1. In the Preferences/Options dialog box, click 'Security' and then click the 'Anti-Virus' tab.
+
+ ![Thunderbird Security](thunderbird_sec_3.jpg)
+
+ 2. To turn on anti-virus integration, select the check box labeled 'Allow anti-virus clients to quarantine individual incoming messages'. To turn off this feature, deselect this check box.
+ 3. Click the 'OK' button to close the 'Options/Preferences' dialog box.
+
+Set a master password
+---------------------
+
+ 1. In the Preferences/Options dialog box, click 'Security' and then click the 'Passwords' tab.
+
+ ![Thunderbird Security](thunderbird_sec_4.jpg)
+
+ 2. Select the check box labeled 'Use a master password'.
+ 3. Enter your password into the 'Enter new password' and 'Re-enter password' fields.
+
+ ![Thunderbird Security](thunderbird_sec_5.jpg)
+
+ 4. Click the 'OK' button to close the Change Master Password dialog box.
+ 5. If you want to see the passwords that you have saved in Thunderbird, click the 'Saved Passwords' button. This will open the 'Saved Passwords' dialog box.
+
+ ![Thunderbird Security](thunderbird_sec_6.jpg)
+
+ 6. To see the passwords, click the 'Show Passwords' button.
+
+ ![Thunderbird Security](thunderbird_sec_7.jpg)
+
+ 7. Click the 'Close' button to close 'Saved Passwords' dialog box.
+ 8. Click the 'OK' button to close the 'Options/Preferences' dialog box.
+
+Adaptive junk mail controls
+---------------------------
+
+You need to first open Account Settings window. Note that settings configured in the Account Settings window apply only to the account that you select in the Folders pane. You must configure local folders separately.
+
+ 1. In the Folders pane right-click on an account name and select 'Settings'.
+
+ ![Thunderbird Security](thunderbird_sec_8.jpg)
+
+ 2. In Windows or Mac go to the 'Tools' menu and select 'Account Settings'. In Linux, go to the 'Edit menu' and select 'Account Settings'.
+
+ 3. To set adaptive junk mail controls for a specific account, pick an account and click 'Junk Settings'.
+
+ ![Thunderbird Security](thunderbird_sec_9.jpg)
+
+ 4. To turn on the controls, select the check box labeled 'Enable adaptive junk mail controls for this account'. To turn them off, deselect this check box.
+ 5. If you want the controls to ignore mail from senders in your Address Book, select the check boxes next to any of the listed address books.
+ 6. To use a mail filter such as SpamAssassin or SpamPal, select the check box labelled 'Trust junk mail headers sent by:' and pick a filter from the menu.
+ 7. Select the check box labeled 'Move new junk messages to' if you want to move junk mail to a specified folder. Then select the destination folder to be either at your email provider or a local folder on your computer.
+ 8. Select the 'Automatically delete junk mail other 14 days' check box to have Thunderbird regularly remove junk mail. To change the time period for this process, enter a different number (in days) in the text box.
+ 9. Click 'OK' to save your changes.
+
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