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The Ericsson/exchangecalendar plugin for Thunderbird seems to solve this problem gracefully. Here are some steps to get you going: Install the Lightning Plugin for Thunderbird. Download the ms-exchange calendar plugin from Ericsson/exchangecalendar. The *.xpi plugin may be inside a zip file. Save the file to your Downloads folder (or elsewhere). In ...


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maybe you can set a soft-link of ~/.gnupg to %AppData%/gnupg... but i'm not sure if this really works! one other thing i have to tell you is, "it" is going the other way: with Ext2Fsd you can access a ext-filesystem with a windows-system!


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If you want to have shared GnuPG home directory, the Windows partition is always mounted, an easy, convenient and general solution would be to symlink the Windows GnuPG folder into your home directory. An advantage is you'd also share your trust database, a disadvantage that you might have trouble with permissions. To do so, remove (after making a backup) ...


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Use firetray: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/thunderbird/addon/firetray/ You can configure close button to minimize to tray, control notifications etc.


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The command to run thunderbird is: thunderbird To add the command to your startup applications: Dash > Startup Applications > Add (like you already mentioned in your question) How to find out the command of an application If in future you would need to know the command of another application, just look into its .desktop file in /usr/share/applications. ...


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If I understand you correctly, you are looking for the command to start thunderbird. That would be /usr/bin/thunderbird


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This is not a real solution! I moved my profile to my windows OS drive. Reset my Thunderbird profiles in windows and Ubuntu to point to the new profile location and it is working perfectly (though the windows OS drive have to be mounted). Still no idea why it is not working on my Data drive...


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I realize that this is an old question, but I was restoring lightning data after an OS crash. This is what I did to get my calendar working: Close Thunderbird if it's running Copy all files from backup profile directory's calendar-data subdirectory into your new profile directory. Likely local.sqlite is the only file needed, but I had a few others so I ...


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Alright, I apparently 'fixed' my issue, and it is apparently (?) a problem with compatibility between Ubuntu versions. OR An issue with logical partitions. I have repeated my steps as described above again, this time I used ubuntu 14.10 instead though (as I remember having that version installed before 14.04LTS): completely formatted the drive using ...


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After download .xpi file, open Thunderbird. Open the Add-ons Manager ( Tools -> Add-ons ) Just drag the .xpi file from nautilus, and drop it in the Add-ons Manager, then it should start installing.


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You can simply copy your windows thunderbird profile inside your ~/.mozilla/thunderbird (or may be it is ~/.config/thunderbird) directory. You may either rename it as default, or select it from the commandline thunderbird -P. Note: Some paths might be screwed up because of path differences in windows and linux. You can either fix them in the files manually, ...


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1 and 2. SystemSetting -> Locale -> Calendar 3. Not easily. You can change the whole color scheme item by item in SystemSettings -> Application Appearance -> Color 4. That depends on the level of integration that you want. The KDE calendar is based on KOrganizer, which can use several types of calendars. You can find a type of calendar that can be used by ...


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if emails are the only concern then do fresh install, which will be better. How to migrate emails from Thunderbird emails to Sylpheed ? first export the mails from Thunderbird (link on how to export). Make sure you follow cautions in order to export all subdirectories. Export mail in EML format, from which Sylpheed can easily import. Done !


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I had my user directories at the top level of my /home partition instead of in my user directory. I re-copied the firefox directories I deleted in askubuntu.com/questions/16758/… then chmod my entire /home directory ugo=rwx (probably not a good idea, but I wanted the damned thing running.) I didn't get my G** D*** bookmarks back, but at least Firefox works ...


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There is a problem with the google calendar sync app, and you were recently downgraded to 0.3.2 - you should be at 1.0.2 You can find the correct version at this link, or perhaps by now you can go through the add-on section of Thunderbird to fix this. If you use the link, you can download the add-on to disk, and in Thunderbirds add-on menu choose install ...


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Edit the MIMETYPE line in /usr/share/applications/thuderbird.desktop to read: MimeType=message/rfc822;x-scheme-handler/mailto;text/calendar;text/x-vcard; Then run sudo update-desktop-database -q Now in "Default Applications" you will find Thunderbird in the list of calendar applications. Source: ...



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