Question relating to the Messaging Menu which provides quick access to global messaging status and messaging applications from the Ubuntu menu bar.

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Polly Messaging Menu

First, sorry for my bad english. I "updated" my pc from 11.10 to 12.04 (clean install). After the installation of Polly Twitter Client (0.93.4-0~precise1, the latest from Launchpad), its entries are ...
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Changing the default IM app away from Pidgin

Is there a way to change the default instant messaging application, in Xubuntu, so that the status icons, in the task bar, apply to a different app, like Twinkle? If not, can I remove the status ...
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Messaging menu in 13.04 missing

I've just updated to 13.04 this weekend (a clean install via USB stick, as I usually do) and since then I cannot find the Messaging Menu working properly as it did before. It doesn't integrate with ...
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How to edit the messaging menu?

I want to remove the Evolution group and replace it with ThunderBird, remove Chat and replace it with Pidgin, and finally remove the Broadcast group. How do I do that?
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No blue envelope when using filters on Thunderbird

I'm having the following issue with Thunderbird 17.0.2 under Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (fresh install and full updated): When I receive a new e-mail on any inbox (no filters) everything is nice, sounds a ...
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Messaging indicator does not obey applications-blacklist

Since upgrading from 11.10 to 12.04, the microblogging and instant messaging entries have reappeared in the messaging menu. I put symlinks in ~/.config/indicators/messages/applications-blacklist to ...
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Email notifier that supports Online accounts, notifications, Messaging Menu

Is there an email notifier application that: can be found in the Ubuntu repositories (not in a PPA), is integrated with the Online Accounts in Unity, shows notifications in message bubbles in the ...
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dconf editor message entry missing

I tried to rearrange my messaging menu in Ubuntu 12.04 following this answer http://askubuntu.com/a/269231/170356 . But in my dconf-editor is no such entry "…messages". The command dconf list ...
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Thunderbird Missing from Messaging menu & Dash

I no longer need this issue solved as I have replaced Ubuntu with a different OS (nothing wrong with Ubuntu, just fancied a change). I reinstalled Ubuntu into a virtual machine and thunderbird began ...
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Don't show gwibber messages in indicator applet

Gwibber turns the indicator-applet-icon blue, each time a new tweet appears in my timeline, which is always. It is therefore no longer usefull as a "there is a new message for you" resulting in many ...
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twitter app in messaging menu

I've installed friends-app in my Ubuntu 13.04 but I can't see any twitter app icon under messaging menu. How can I get twitter app icon in messaging menu in Ubuntu 13.04?
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How To keep web apps running in messaging menu?

Ubuntu 12.10 introduced all sort of web apps, and some of them get added to the messaging menu. My question however is the following. These web apps must remain open in a tab, for the messaging menu ...
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How to remove an entry from messaging menu in C

I wrote a simple C program to create a entry in messaging menu.code is shown below. #include <messaging-menu.h> int main(int argc, char *argv[]) { MessagingMenuApp ...
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Messaging menu in 15.04 can't show webapps

I can't use a messaging menu in 15.04 for website integration. There is Thunderbird only, but I want to see there some sites as it was before. It was happened after upgrading 14.04 to 14.10, as I can ...
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Unity's Messaging Menu (indicator) in Gnome Shell

Is there any way to use the Messaging Menu from Unity in Gnome Shell? I've tried the AppIndicator Gnome Shell extension, but that does not seem to work for the Messaging Menu.
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Menu messaging with libindicate-qt

I would like to make my application appeared in the Messaging menu. For this purpose I use libindicate-qt. On Ubuntu 12.04 everything works, but 14.04 is not. Please help me.