As soon as you set up a Thunderbird email account you can send the email from a different email address or alias. Thunderbird defines them as identities which the recipients see as your various name-associations. This capability of Thunderbird is quite similar to a Gmail feature called 8220Send mail as8221 which uses your primary Gmail account to send messages from your other email addresses. As shown here adding and managing identities in Thunderbird is very easy. Follow the simple steps shown below. Related How to Disable Thunderbird Popup Notifications Quick Tips How to Set Up8230 Read more.
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