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The mailto function opens the primary email client. If you want to use Gmail as your client there is no way to open mailto in Thunderbird. If you want to move from Gmail to Thunderbird you should try to set it through the Thunderbird preferences. There should be a button like 'check if Thunderbird is default email client'. As an alternative follow Ali's ...
There are two options that I know of. A) Use the Mnenhy Addon: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/mnenhy/. This will solve this problem and also offers many other features. B) Or follow the steps to this workaround: Perform a search from Edit>Find>Search Messages (Shift+Ctrl+F) Click on Save as Search Folder and choose which folders to ...
You can use the dedicated Search dialog, not only the Quick Search Toolbar: Menubar -> Edit -> Find -> Search Messages... (CTRL+SHIFT+F) Then, select Local Folders or the appropriate account (see below how to search all folders/accounts), and fill in the Date criterion: To extend this approach to really all folder, use the SavedSearchThemAll ...
To access all folders on the server, you will need to add Gmail as an IMAP account, instead of POP. (Note that the translation of Gmail's labels to regular folders is a little confusing.) For Gmail, the settings are autodetected; just choose IMAP when asked. For Outlook.com, the same should work but here's manual configuration just in case.
I don't have any direct experience, but I'm going to say "no you can't access the Personal Archives via IMAP and/or Thunderbird". Evidence to support this theory... On the page you linked, there's a list of supported clients. It's Outlook 2007+ or nothing according to that list. Also on that page is this gem: "Personal archives are a premium feature, and ...
Found it out. Use port 587 and set the option Connection Security to None in Outgoing Server(SMTP) => Security and Authentication. For those wondering, here how it looks at my end:
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