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I had the same problem with Icedove 31.6.0 (Thunderbird fork). I could resolve this by removing the account which was initially created by the Mail Account Setup wizard and then using the Account Settings panel which can be accessed via Menu > Preferences > Account Settings. Strange, but it worked with the exact same settings used before.


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It somewhat depends on what command you used to take the copy. Getmail4 supports several formats including MBox (natively used by Thunderbird) and MailDir (typically used by IMAP mail stores on UNIX-like OS's). You may want to redo the extract using the MBox format so that you can import the data directly into Thunderbird.


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If your Lotus Notes cient is connected to a Lotus Domino server, then you can ask your server administrators (and/or help desk staff) whether the server's support for IMAP has been enabled. If it has, then you can simply use Thunderbird to access the server, and your messages will all** be there. And that's really what you want, isn't it? Not just a one-time ...


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I renamed the .gnupg folder in my home directory, after having exported the private keys. Then I started up GPG Keychain Access, with an empty list, and reimported the keys. This fixed the problem.


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Open the localstore.rdf file in your profile folder (~/.thunderbird/xxxxxxxx.profileName) and search for sizemode="normal" in the chrome://messenger/content/messenger.xul entry and change it to sizemode="fullscreen". Then restart Thunderbird.


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I got one of those documents myself today. Since explaining what is wrong to the tech support people seemed likely to take more time than attempting to extract it myself, I created a small python script to extract and decode the pdf document that was embedded in the sig file. That is, assuming that there is a single attached pdf file and the sig file ...


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This should possibly be a comment, but it's too long. You could try to insert it as the Base64 data string. "Convert" your graphic to the string using this website http://www.motobit.com/util/base64-decoder-encoder.asp And in your HTML, use <img src="data:image/jpg;base64,PutTheBase64DataStringHere" />


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Right-click the message and select Open Message in Conversation, which should show messages in this thread. The right-most column of this view might already be Location, but if not, right-click the columns and add it. You will then be able to see the folder each message in the thread is currently filed-in.


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The read status is sometimes kept in the .MSF file associated with the folder. The file has the Mork format and the read status is in column "flags". You can get the info as XML with https://github.com/KevinGoodsell/mork-converter/


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If you're in mail composition mode, which it sounds like your are, forget the "view source" option people are telling you. You want the HTML, not the raw email message with MIME formatting and everything. Instead, while in composing the message, Edit->Select All, then click the Insert->HTML menu option on your message window. The window that opens ...


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As you probably know, there is a place in the Options in Thunderbird where you can choose "Always ask" or "Save file." (Tools -> Options -> Attachments -> Incoming.) Since it is apparently impossible to add new file types to the Content Type list, you may want to try this workaround: Note that "when you click an unknown attachment type a dialog opens ...


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Give the Stationery plugin a try. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/stationery/?src=search You can make a template for these particular emails, and the plugin lets you choose to work under the hood. I'm sorry this is not a Stylish solution as you requested....


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No way without third-party tools (ironically, MozBackup is itself a third-party tool). MozBackup utilizes custom .pcv format for backups. Outlook can't read it. I recommend you to export your messages to EML and then you'll be able to import these messages using one of the many tools available, including freeware ones.


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One can even have the wrap length adapt automatically to the window width. To do so, open the configuration editor (shown here for the Linux version of Thunderbird): Edit → Preferences → Advanced → General → Config Editor Then, set mail.compose.wrap_to_window_width to true. Caveat If you use Thunderbird with an External Editor, then of course will need ...


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I had the same problem. The newest version of exchangecalendar (v3.3.2 RC1) from https://github.com/Ericsson/exchangecalendar/releases fixed the problem for me. After updating, right-click on your exchange calendar -> Exchange (EWS) Properties -> Automatic Processing: There is now a checkbox called "Automatically mark event as tentative and send response to ...


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I had exactly the same problem. I fixed it by choosing View->Message Body as->Simple HTML. It's the best I can do. Just read carefully the right section on the link provided by Oliver Salzburg on the comments.


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This functionality is available in Thunderbird version 31.6.0 Open new Write message 'Insert' > 'Mathematical Formula' Enter formula click on 'Insert'.


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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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