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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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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.


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I am using TB 31.7 too. I am using IMAP for my professional and for my private account. In Server Settings "move message to folder XY" is activated and for me it works perfectly. If your Trash folder is on the mailserver: did you subscribe to the corresponding folder? Check this by right clicking on your email account in the tree view on the left of TB. ...


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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


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The thunderbird files is usually found under home. so in your external HDD it's /home/USERNAME Profile folders are located here: ~/.thunderbird/ However, if you're using a third party build from Ubuntu, those builds located here: ~/.mozilla-thunderbird/ use ctrl+h to view hidden files and search for one of the two dirs above. Inside the dir you can ...


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Type the following in Terminal: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop Now reboot and you should have the Unity desktop environment installed. if it shows and dependency problem or error try these steps: sudo apt-get check sudo apt-get install -f It should repair all problems with dependencies or errors


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I had to reinstall the OS, so the Thunderbird is running fine again.


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I tried this solution and it worked: 1) In Settings Manager switch your favourite browser as default browser. 2) update-alternatives --config x-www-browser 3) Follow steps written here


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There is a more humanistic solution than removing files. Create a directory in you home directory: mkdir $HOME/.local/myspell-selected Make symlinks of your favorite dictionaries (*.aff, *.dic) from /usr/share/myspell or /usr/share/hunspell to this directory, e.g. ln -s /usr/share/myspell/ru_RU.aff $HOME/.local/myspell-selected ln -s ...


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There is no easy answer to this. The theory is that Ubuntu will only pull upstream changes into packages when it fixes a major enough security issue, in which case it should be issued as a security update to your version of Ubuntu after a testing period (within a week or two). Bugs that are unrelated to security usually won't be fixed in Ubuntu's current ...


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These should not be owned by root. You can change the permissions and it should work. To do so: Open a terminal, and assuming your username is john you would enter the following. sudo chown -R john:john /home/john/.gnupg Verify that the owner changed from root to john by running ls -al /home/john/ again. You should now be able to import this without ...


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Run the command below in a terminal: sudo update-alternatives --config x-www-browser and select /usr/bin/opera Example % sudo update-alternatives --config x-www-browser There are 3 choices for the alternative x-www-browser (providing /usr/bin/x-www-browser). Selection Path Priority Status ...


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I also created a launchpad bug regarding this issue: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/thunderbird/+bug/1465524 There is an old package that is going to be installed by the system.


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As Charles Green suggests, go to Edit->Preferences->Advanced->General->Config Editor and enter 'wrap' as a search term. There change plain_text.wrap_long_lines to true. This worked for me.


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Snippy seems to work for me quite nicely. No GUI, but quite functional. Glad I finally found a replacement. http://leon.vankammen.eu/tech/snippy-autocompletion-for-console-and-browser-window-manager-using-bash.html The link also mentions another choice in the comments. Snippy itself is available via a tinyurl and installation is as follows: curl -L ...


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Don't try and do the manual configuration, just input your name, email and password. Mozilla maintains its own ISP and email service provider database which Thunderbird automatically checks.


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Not sure if i understand the question but in about config there is 2 settings for snooze /edit/preferences/advanced/about:config `mail.spam.markAsNotJunkMarksUnRead;true calendar.alarms.defaultsnoozelength;5 and when you add or edit an event or task hit the reminder buttom and set the alarm. hope it helps


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Please Note: Kindly let me know about improvement, I'm glad to edit it. Instead of deleting it! There is an alternative to SmartTemplate4 add-on for Message Attribution aka Outlook like reply in Thunderbird. ReplyWithHeader brings capabilities of outlook like message attribution, header typography, line spaces for Thunderbird. ...


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Install Unity Tweak Tool and try the "restore defaults" option under the "Fonts" setting. Normally high hinting values will cause the "thin"-looking typeface rendering. Also, take a look at this:https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Fonts#Font_settings



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