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Trustedbird is an email client based on Mozilla Thunderbird.
Two branches are currently available:
⇒ Trustedbird 3.1 which is based on Mozilla Thunderbird 3.1.x with the following additional features:
⇒ Trustedbird 2 which is based on Mozilla Thunderbird 2.0.0.x with the following additional features:
- Enhanced Security Services for S/MIME (RFC 2634)
- DSN (Delivery Status Notification) ⇒ the backend is now integrated in Mozilla Thunderbird 3.
- SMTP PRIORITY extension
- Secure Headers (for XIMFMAIL add-on)
- SASL external (for XIMFMAIL add-on)
Note: Trustedbird is a temporary fork of Thunderbird in order to test some new features before being integrated into the official Mozilla Thunderbird.
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Trustedbird is currently only built for the i386 architecture (32-bit). Current packages have been tested successfully on 64-bit systems (Debian Lenny amd64, Ubuntu 9.10 amd64 and Windows 7 64-bit) with 32-bit libraries.
In order to run Trustedbird on 64-bit Linux systems, you must install the 32-bit compatibility package.
With Debian/Ubuntu, install the ia32-libs-gtk package:
# apt-get install ia32-libs-gtk
As Trustedbird Debian package is for the i386 architecture, you must force the installation on the amd64 architecture:
# dpkg -i --force-architecture trustedbird_x.y.z_i686.deb