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In my case; I am using Ubuntu 12.04. My inbox size was 4GB (I think limitation of os), so i created a new archives directory like 2013 and moved all old mails on date 2013 from Inbox. Also you can check your box size from your thunderbird folder: cd /home/username/.thunderbird/axxmjtdv.default/Mail/pop.googlemail.com/ ls -all


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I don't know if I had the same exact bug as you, but I had something very similar. Thunderbird crashed (this is my 2nd day using it and I'm already 110% frustrated with it) and then wouldn't reopen. /home/mhaase $ thunderbird (process:11979): GLib-CRITICAL **: g_slice_set_config: assertion 'sys_page_size == 0' failed On a hunch, I wondered if there was ...


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FireTray does what you need, and a lot more.


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It is a Thunderbird issue. Thunderbird is very persistent in keeping a password, even it is typed in again. Even if you type it in correctly, it seems to create a kind of initial connection, but for subsequent accesses it uses the stored wrong one again. For me it helped to go to Preferences -> Security -> Saved Passwords and delete whatever OWA password ...


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Since Evolution Mirror is broken you can use EDS Calendar Integration. It's a Thunderbird addon. It syncs calendar with Thunderbird.


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This is now really easy to do in Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/1382847


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Once the application is opened, it'll show up in the dash (the bar to the right of your screen). Right-click the icon and click "Lock to Launcher") Have a look at How to Install Software on Ubuntu for a Windows User as well as this might help you too!


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After going over the above several times over, I read somewhere that X.org drivers do not regulate the processor usage, but run the processor at full capacity all the time, which can cause overheating. After switching to Nvidia-331 drivers, the system didn't freeze again. I only realised that Nvidia-331 was a recommended driver after finding this command ...


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Assuming it's Thunderbird that should detect changes were made and ask to copy elsewhere: Mozilla's Bugzilla Assuming LibreOffice should detect that a temporary directory is being used: LibreOffice's Bugzilla


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I agree with @CharlesGreen. TB is now 31.1 on stock 14.04; unless you really need really badly NOW one of the updates, I would really advise to wait. Anyway, your answer: after adding the PPA the packages will be updated with the PPA ones; no need to remove and reinstall. Just update and upgrade as per the PPA instruction and you have your package updated ...


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Having the exact same issue on Ubuntu 14.10/GNOME 3.12. useGpgAgent was already set to false for me (in fact I didn't have have GpgAgent installed until just now) and my system is fully upgraded, so I'm afraid smCaterpillar's solution won't help me. I've deleted the public and private keys from .gnupg, set useGpgAgent and useGpgKeytools to their respective ...


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It looks to me like something goes wrong with SSL connection setup. In effect there's no proper authentication done and disconnection. Maybe verify your Thunderbird settings related to encryption? Have you accepted the self-signed certificate in Thunderbird when connecting?


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I dropped firetray and used MinimizeToTray revived (MinTrayR) 1.1.2 instead. It worked fine for me, I can minimize Thunderbird window to tray icon area back. Hope it may help someone !


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Ok, this is the method I believe the OP may have wanted: Tools --> Account Settings. Then select the mail account you want to download into Global Inbox. Then select "Server Settings" menu branch, then at the very bottom in the "Message storage" area, opposite "empty trash on exit" is an "Advanced" tab, and hey presto!


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No, there is no alternative as far as I know. I had posted the original question and I have been looking for a solution ever since. Still no way for me to autotype text. I would love to support such application.



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