The desktop email client Thunderbird has been updated to version 60.5.2 on February 25, 2019. The new Thunderbird 60.5.2 comes as an update for all previous versions of the software.
Thunderbird 60.5.2 fixes a crash issue and a certificate verification issue with Outlook emails.
Thunderbird displays an "update available" notification when you start it by default if a new version is available. You may use it to download and install the new version right away.
You may also select Help > About Thunderbird to manually start the process and verify the installed version of the email client.
Thunderbird users who prefer to download the new version manually instead can do so on the official project website.
Thunderbird 60.5.2 is a bug fix release that addresses several issues, including one crash issue, in previous versions of the email client.
The new version has been available since February 25th, but the release notes were not available at that time. The official changelog lists three issues that have been fixed in Thunderbird 60.5.2.
The changelog lists two known issues; these are not new, as they have been introduced in previous versions of the email client. Thunderbird 60.5.0 had the same issues.
Thunderbird 60.5.1 was released on February 14, 2019. It is a release that fixes security issues and fixes CalDav support for some servers. The changes of that release are incorporated in Thunderbird 60.5.2.
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