Several communication channels and information sites are used in the Thunderbird project
This page is generally replaced by the project's Get Involved page.
If you're a user
- Visit The Thunderbird blog to check for major announcements
- Get help from the community by visiting Thunderbird support. Volunteers read this forum and help as best as they can.
- If English is not your preferred language, please check find unofficial support in the language you need in Support based on language.
- Help the community: Want to help support Thunderbird users? Then jump into SUMO and help a user!
Support Knowledge Bases and Manuals
- Find articles in our official Thunderbird Knowledge Base, a volunteer-driven "knowledge base" where you can find quality articles about various Thunderbird topics.
- MozillaZine: a community-maintained Knowledge Base with excellent articles about possibly more specific and/or technical topics.
- See the Floss manual for Thunderbird
YOU can help by getting involved
- Twitter You might want to follow mozthunderbird.
- Please join us on our Facebook page.
If you're an organization
Please visit TB-enterprise to find information related to enterprises and organizations.
- tb-enterprise mailing list answers questions for people who want to deploy Thunderbird in a business environment.
If you're interested in the project
You can contribute
- tb-planning A low-volume, high signal-to-noise-ratio mailing-list that's devoted to high-level Thunderbird topics.
- tb-support-crew if you help other users - a mailing list for tips on helping other users (e.g. support threads, websites and knowledge bases) and "meta" issues related to helping support Thunderbird users in SUMO, MozillaZine, GeckoZone and wherever online folks are supporting Thunderbird users. Subscribe instructions at tb-support-crew
Mozilla and Thunderbird projects blogs
- Planet Thunderbird Thunderbird team's various blogs.
- Planet Mozilla is worth a read.
If you want to know more about the product currently under development
- Mozilla Wiki This includes various general information about the Thunderbird project.
- Thunderbird/StatusMeetings have meeting status reports about how various projects are moving.
If you're a tester / want to help
- If you're interested in providing support, see tb-support-crew
- If you're willing to participate in testing events, see the beta, daily, announcements and other groups at discuss.thunderbird.net/
- Thunderbird:Testing has information to get you started if you want to help with quality assurance / testing.
- See the test community for nightly builds.
If you're a developer
Ask questions, documentation, or hang out, or help:
- see Get Involved
- Bugzilla is where "fixing code code" happens. If you're interested in fixing or in some feature, CC yourself to a bug.