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I was able to resolve this by uninstalling the respective hunspell packages: First I searched for all installed hunspell packages: aptitude search hunspell|grep ^i Which returned this list: i hunspell-de-at i hunspell-de-ch iB hunspell-de-de i A hunspell-en-ca i A hunspell-en-gb i hunspell-en-us i A hunspell-en-za i A ...


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You can find the installed dictionaries at /usr/lib/thunderbird/dictionaries and delete the unwanted .aff and .dic dictionaries there. Things change depending on Thunderbird and Ubuntu version so it's worth noting for future readers that I am on Ubuntu 14.04 and Thunderbird 38.8.0.


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How I solved this: Essentially, the only sane way I could find of fixing this was to completely reinstall the OS. I was able to do an export of my previous enigmail settings (including the key) and subsequently import it to a different client. I moved from Ubuntu 16.04 to Kubuntu 16.04, so there should be little difference behind-the-scenes, there. Either ...


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Just check an arbitrary server in the key server network. To specify a key, remember to prefix the key ID with 0x (which is expected by the SKS key server software for denoting key IDs). For example, my own key is found by searching for 0xa4ff2279. If your revocation certificate is not visible (yet), don't worry: while the key servers synchronize with each ...


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I would say the easiest way to do this would be to use Enigmail. Just install it and follow the instructions. Quoting your link: Thunderbird Thunderbird supports OpenPGP through the enigmail plugin. Enigmail is available in the "Main" repository. sudo apt-get install enigmail Configure OpenPGP support in Thunderbird under Enigmail->...


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Thunderbird can manage multiple accounts and therefor covers your task. Regarding your question: Emails to foo@bar.com are replied using foo@bar.com Emails to blub@ueber.org are replied using blub@ueber.org You can for sure define other reply-to addresses for each account if needed, but that isn't what you are asking for. Thunderbird can as well handle ...


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Actually, I am not going to move to another software because I'm very happy with Thunderbird. And after a little thinking, I went and Edited Account Settings (not preferences, what did mislead me from the beginning) and changed the Server Settings for the accounts. instead of having both being checked at start, I have now the main one being checked at ...


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Nylas n1 is worth a try , I gave up on all the other Linux mail clients because of their low grade handling of IMAP disconnection. Nylas processes your mail and pushes it at the client.


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This looks like a limitation of the mbox format that firefox uses (with a slight tweak) as they are one file per mailbox and assume a single thread of access not multiple ones. Try converting your mailbox to another of the supported formats like Maildir , Mork or MozStorage which can better handle concurrent accesses. Be sure to back up your mail box first ...


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Well, I don't have the time to completely dedicate a total walkthrough for you but you might be able to get away with using NIS(yp), NFS, and configuring AutoFS. Then changing your Thunderbird directory to the AutoFS partition that's mounted on the auto-mounted NFS partition. POP has a limitation of Forward & Delete or Forward & Save... but this ...


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The best you can do with pop3 for sync is to make sure that both clients don't delete messages from the server, then they can get both messages but this will obviously not change the past. Not deleting messages will eventually end up with your mailbox being too large to use without big slowdowns and or timeouts, especially if its hosted by a third party who ...



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