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Mail merge is what you need. About this Add-on Mail Merge: If you want to send a mail to multiple recipients, there are three common problems: First you can't personalize the mail. Second you can't send a mail to more than 25, 100, ... recipients at once. Third the recipients should not see the other recipients. Mail Merge solves these problems ...
I finally managed to remove Thunderbird by starting it and editing its preferences to uncheck "Show in messaging menu", and logout and in. That does not explain why the applications-blacklist method did not work, though. The doc says also "An application should automatically register itself only if, and as long as, you have an account or analogous ...
You can accomplish that using dconf-editor. Just Press Alt-F2, type dconf-editor into the box, and press Enter to run it. IF you don't have it installed, just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, run the command(s) below: sudo apt-get install dconf-editor Browse to com > canonical > indicator > messages, and just delete ...
There is a place it can be set although I don't know why it would have been changed on you. From the Thunderbird Menu, choose Edit->Preferences->Advanced->General->Config Editor In the Config Editor, enter 'wrap' as a search term I've enclosed a screenshot of my settings for this, which work and have not been changed that I know of.
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