I was wondering if the following setup is possible using Ubuntu (server) and Ubuntu (workstation):
I have two workstations with Thunderbird as mail client I have one server
On both workstations I want the mail to be synchronized so when I write an email it will appear in the "sent" folder of the second computer too. Also when I am not near my workstation and login to the server (remote) I want to be able to write an email with the same result as above.
I figured out that I need to install Thunderbird on both workstations and on the server, then I need to link the mail file to all 3 clients. The question is "How do I do that?"
Perhaps this question is answered before, in that case I am sorry for asking again.
With kind regards, Marchel.
-EDIT- I found this on MozillaZine: Install Thunderbird separately on each computer but store your profile on a portable USB device or on a network file share. To launch Thunderbird with that profile, use the -profile "path" command line argument.
Is it just straightforward installing or is there something I need to beware of?
(sorry for my bad english)