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I figured it out myself. I installed dconf-editor sudo apt-get install dconf-editor And navigated to com > canonical > indicator > messages There, you'll find a value called "applications". Within this value are applications between the [ ] brackets separated by commas. geary.desktop was here along with thunderbird.desktop. So I changed ...
I found that the problem is that ubuntu doesn't have mailnag-unity-plugin. I installed from his ppa and its working.
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