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I have Ubuntu 16.04 installed and use Thunderbird as the default email program. I would like to be able to customize the appearance of the email I send and receive like the font size and colors. There is an add-on to do this but when I went to the download site there is a message that says not available for my platform. I would appreciate any help you can give me with this.
tell us why thunderbird's inbuilt capabilities aren't sufficient (see post #2)?
are you sure you want to do this? remember wht you are talking about is not for you but for your recipients. i guess all of them are able to receive simple html formatted mails, which i'm sure thunderbird can provide without addons. so going beyond that means risking that recipients cannot completely receive or read your mail.
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