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It makes sense! Maybe the new design??? Using a PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mozillateam/thunderbird-next sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
Best is to Use IMAP if you insist on POP se the alternative at the bottom. Since you are using the POP protocol in your mail client. Mails are most probably being downloaded to your email client and removed form the server (check your email client settings to verify this) If you were running IMAP already you would only need to to Step NR 3 1) Set up ...
This answer focusses on the conceptual question: Why has Canonical made this decision? It doesn’t suggest workarounds for the decisions Canonical has made. Those have already been given in another answer. There are generally two ways for a downstream distributor (like Canonical) to deal with upstream releases. Simply pass the new release on to the ...
In KDE5 the usual minimize-to-tray plugin works except you can't see icon but notification popup does appear so workaround is to add thunderbird app icon to panel to simulate its notification icon when minimized. The only difference is the app icon is a little bigger than the one which appears after minimizing. This way the behavior is exactly the same, in ...
If you can sync all your mails from your mail server, then you can simply configure thunderbird on ubuntu 14.04 and sync it. In case you have mails stored locally on Windows (which are not available on mail server) then you have to copy the local archived folder from Windows and copy it to ubuntu. Thuderbird picks the mails from that. For details ...
Press Ctrl+Alt+T to open a Terminal. Type this to install libdbus-glib-1-2 sudo apt-get install libdbus-glib-1-2 Hope this helps.
I don't think there's an easy way to see both send from and to in a single window. But you can easily sort by sender from your inbox view, just select an email from that person and click on the From header: You can do the same in your "Sent" folder too.
If you installed keyconfig, but you can't find the "Send Now" option: 1) Open Thunderbird 2) Start composing a new message (in a new window) 3) In the main Thunderbird window, go to the Tools menu > Keyconfig 4) At the top of the Keyconfig window, there is a dropdown box, with one entry for each open Thunderbird window for example: - Inbox - Write (no ...
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