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How do I make a program auto-start everytime I log in?

I would like to configure Thunderbird to starts when the session starts, but I don't know how! Thx!

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marked as duplicate by fossfreedom, hhlp, Jorge Castro, Oli Jan 3 '12 at 15:26

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How do I make a program auto-start everytime I log in?

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I have found that the answer is to add the command line to the System launcher at boot (System->Preferences->Applications at Startup). The command to launch Thunderbird from command line is: /usr/bin/thunderbird. With this, I have solved my issue!

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