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There is a new add-on that does the trick: emailpicky4. Right-click over the folder from which you want to import email addresses to your contacts and choose "Pick IDs From This Folder" some nice refinements are available in the popup. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/emailpicky-4/?src=search


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This smells like POP3 to me. When using POP, all mails and folders are downloaded from the server and onto your machine and handled locally. The result is that any action taken through one client (for example, gmails web interface) will not be duplicated to the other client (in your case, Thunderbird). What you need is IMAP - All files and folders are ...


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I don't know which email provider you are using, but the easiest if you are using IMAP, it should just be to connect your outlook to your email and it should automatically sync. If this is not the case, you should see if your provider can upgrade you to IMAP and or consider changing providers. Then you can upload messages via IMAP in Thunderbird and just ...


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I don’t know whether to call it a missing feature or just a missing option. Luckily you can add e-mail headers to filter on – from the filtering dropdown choose Anpassen… (Customize… for Thunderbird with English UI) at the bottom, and add Reply-To as a new value. Update: as reported in this Bugzilla thread, several versions of Thunderbird have a bug, that ...


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OwnCloud or Zimbra perhaps? Its the only ones I have experience with. Seeing as most users are Outlook users, they can sync with Outlook and a plugin called EVO Collaborator for Outlook with pretty much any service out there while using OwnCloud or Zimbra A small blogpost on this process : ...


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Using diffuse I compared prefs.js of my Windows with my Ubuntu profile. This is the right setting: user_pref("mailnews.display.html_as", 0); It was was 1 on Ubuntu and non-existent in my Windows profile. Setting it to the default value of 0 brought back my remote content. For the bar questioning whether I want to load remote content, I'd to set ...


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I found a couple of settings that seemed like they might be relevant to your search. I changed them in my local installation, and Thunderbird immediately stopped displaying content or asking if I wanted it displayed. I'm including what they are by default, it stopped asking when I switched them to 'true'. security.mixed_content.block_active_content ...


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Gmail go to the account settings for your GMail account, there to Server Settings and click the "Advanced" button. In the field "IMAP server directory", you enter [Gmail]. the "other" account Might work similarly, but instead of [Gmail], try INBOX. (the dot at the end might be significant!) Yahoo (POP3) Since this is not an IMAP account, you don't have ...


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You can set it up using Thunderbird if IMAP is enabled in your account settings on Office365 it just requires a few add-ons for everything to work correctly. Download Required Extensions: Lightning: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/projects/calendar/ Ericsson Exchange 2007/2010/2013 Calendar, Tasks, Contacts and GAL Provider: ...


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Probably I draw the wrong conclusion from the duplicate behaviour: It's not so clear that the Thunderbird/Gmail filters combo is causing the problem. It may have been an issue of Gmail filters alone. I realized, that duplicates are created even when Thunderbird is not running. I then checked the box Skip the inbox (Archive it) and it solved the problem:


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Port 993 is not HTTPS but IMAPS and thus is not related to fiddler. There are several possibilities why the certificate is not acceptable, like wrong time on the system, SSL intercepting firewalls (often in conpanies), malware... If you need more help please add the details of the certificate to your question, especially the trust path. Edit: since the ...


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First your imap server info is incorrect, see attached. Also, your outgoing (smtp) should be TLS not SSL. Also Thunderbird should auto-configure all of this for you on any recent version with you just entering your email address and password. Incoming Mail (IMAP) Server - Requires SSL imap.gmail.com Port: 993 Requires SSL:Yes Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server - ...


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In Thunderbird, there is a local Sent Items and there is the IMAP Sent Items which is stored on the server: To specify where sent messages go, Tools > Account Settings... Copies > Folders Confirm "Place a copy" is checked on Choose Other Select the correct folder ("IMAP Sent Items") You may also need to check on more IMAP folders to show Sent Items if it ...


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Base64-encoded is not a problem when sending binary files; it's the standard method these days. However, Eudyptula doesn't want the compiled module in the first place – it is useless for contest purposes. You must send the source code instead; that is, all the .c and .h files.


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It seems to happen frequently when I move threaded emails from a folder to another. Solved by a simple two-step operation : Compact the folder this thread is in (right-click then compact). Repair this folder (right-click then properties).


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The two steps are necessary. Download and install Thunderbird extension Keyconfig Go to Addons, closk on Options near keyconfig addon and Add new key, name it Quick Filters, in command window put goDoCommand('cmd_showQuickFilterBar') and assign keyboard shortcut, for example Q. That's it. Alternatively you can put command: cmd_popQuickFilterBarStack - to ...



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