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The method I have used in the past for similar functions is to use the MozBackup program. Basically, you just need to make sure that the old and new computers both have the same version of Thunderbird on them (i.e., 31.3.0) then run MozBackup from the old computer. This will take you through a brief wizard where you can select the various items to ...


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If the email belongs to someone in Thunderbird's address book then the relevant contact's display name will be used regardless of what is in the email headers. I think your own address may get added automatically. If the email address is in your address book then it will normally show with a star next to it, see screenshot below:


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I have had my same thunderbird mail data through several computers, just moving the stuff across from system to system. This also works in multiple-boot: you can hook thunderbird up to two different operating systems. To connect thunderbird to an extant mail file (in h\email) exit all instances of thunderbird cd \user\username\appdata\ ren thinderbird ...


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It looks as if the colors, as displayed in your screenshot, come from your desktop environment, rather than Lightning Calendar itself. I would suggest changing your desktop colors to see whether it has any effect on the displayed colors.


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If you want to have shared GnuPG home directory, the Windows partition is always mounted, an easy, convenient and general solution would be to symlink the Windows GnuPG folder into your home directory. An advantage is you'd also share your trust database, a disadvantage that you might have trouble with permissions. To do so, remove (after making a backup) ...


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I've been using the same edit to let network ics refresh daily or weekly. Added (60*24) and (60*24*7) in the list. But you don't have to bother with unpacking and repacking xpi file. Just find out where your application/extension lives. On my mac, it happens to be in ~/Library/Thunderbird/Profiles/...somepath.../chrome/calendar/content/calendar directory. In ...


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Try moving cursor to the top edge of the screen which makes a visible menu bar along with the green full-screen button and red close button. Press the green button to exit out of full-screen.


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I still haven't figured out why Thunderbird does what it does, (though jason C's comment seems likely) but I have managed to get it working. I simply stopped Thunderbird, deleted the mimeTypes.rdf file from the profile directory, and restarted Thunderbird. Then it prompted me for the browser to use and I was able to change it to chromium successfully. ...


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SMTPS+STARTTLS (explicit SSL/TLS) and SMTPS (implicit SSL/TLS) are equally secure, provided your e-mail client is implemented correctly and doesn't let you downgrade automatically if SSL/TLS isn't available. Essentially, a well-implemented e-mail client configured to use STARTTLS should simply fail if it doesn't manage to use STARTTLS and establish this ...


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If you have created two filters for single mail then it will be marked as read if one is opened and read. But for your case it will be considered as read. For this you can set in filters to mark mails received to imap mailing settings as read by default


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A log time past from the question... Just for record... by this time I found this links. Maybe this can be helpful to someone. Provide connector to Exchange Server - Calendar not yet implemented. http://thunderbirdtweaks.blogspot.com.br/2011/11/thunderbird-and-exchange-owa.html At the bottom is a link to the Thunderbird Plugin. One more useful link. ...


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No. These are 2 separate emails. There is no way thunderbird knows 2 emails are the same unless there's a plugin that I'm not aware of. Given that I've toyed with the same problem and was unable to find an answer, chances are slim it has changed since. Your best bet is to somehow mark it upon delivery by usage of a rule.


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I have an exchange server, normally working with OWA. Mail client is TB 31.2.0 mail.imap.expunge_option;1 On top I had to set: mail.imap.expunge_after_delete;true With this setting moving between folders is fine now.



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