Mozilla sends email for Android devices

Mozilla today announced a new email client for Android devices called K-9 Email. The new mobile app is being launched as part of it Mozilla Thunderbird family for desktop email and open source chat applications.

The Mozilla Foundation said it is currently evaluating the development of a K-9 email client for iOS devices.

K-9 Mail includes enhanced account setup using Thunderbird account automation, enhanced folder management, support for message filters, and synchronization between desktop and mobile versions of Thunderbird, Mozilla said. (K – 9 Mail is available for Download through various sites.)

“Ultimately, K-9 Mail will transform into Thunderbird on Android, once certain development milestones have been reached that closely align with Thunderbird’s suite of features and visual appearance,” said K-9 Mail Project Maintainer Christian Ketterer in blog post. (Ketterer is best known in Mozilla’s open source developer community as cketti.)

Thunderbird is a free and open source email, calendar, news feed and chat client with over 20 million monthly active users across Windows, macOS, and Linux.

Like Thunderbird, the K-9 Mail project is fully funded by the Mozilla Foundation community for open source developers.

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