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The simplest and "best" method I found was: Remove Thunderbird using Ubuntu Software Center Install it again That's it.
According to this source, Gmail uses a special implementation of IMAP. In this implementation, Gmail labels become Thunderbird folders. When you apply a label to a message in Gmail, Thunderbird creates a folder with the same name as the label and stores the message in that folder. Similarly, if you move a message to a folder in Thunderbird, Gmail will create ...
Same here and it's not a bug. It's the normal behavior, if you installed Thunderbird via package manager (apt). In this tab you configure whether Thunderbird automatically checks for updates. Since the package manager (apt) takes care of updates, this tab is empty. And it makes no sense to use this tab, as Thunderbird doesn't runs with sudo rights and ...
To search all emails in all folders, sent to or from a particular email address: Right click on an email address and select "Copy Email Address" Right click on the [Search... <Ctrl+K>] box select Paste, then Enter or just type CtrlK, CtrlV, and Enter However, you might not like Thunderbird's default search results view. If you prefer the view ...
The alternative option would be no alternative. I'm not aware of a one click option in any other email client. They all require two similar steps to search all emails in all folders, sent to or from a particular email address. For example, in Thunderbird: Right click on an email address and select "Copy Email Address" Right click on the [Search... ...
wget ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/thunderbird/releases/24.3.0/ .... This targets a SPECIFIC version, NOT the latest stable version. Another spectacular example how and why .nix is useless.
If other icons are showing there on top bar of your desktop then simply press ALT+Rightclick OR Alt+win+Rightclick on top bar and select add to panel and select skype and thunderbird there. If above steps not solving issue go with following command: apt-get install indicator-applet-complete .
This command should re-enable missing indicators : sudo apt-get install indicator-applet-complete
If you are using 14.04, simply add thunderbird to Startup Programs, accessed from the Dash.
I had the same problem, but with my contact sync. Turned out the problem was using the outdated add-on "Google Contacts" (last updated in 2013) to sync my gmail-contacts, which failed since google changed its API. Replacing it with gContactSync (v. 2.0.5) solved the problem for now. It seems to be well maintained.
You can also tell gmail itself to not present the relevant folders to the IMAP user (thunderbird) at all. To do this, go to Gmail > Settings > Labels, find the relevant labels, and untick "Show in IMAP".
Lubuntu itself is just Ubuntu optimized to work with lxde environment. What you can do is install lxde itself and avoid unnecessary migration of data. That can be achieved with sudo apt-get install lubuntu-desktop and reboot. On next boot simply select new environment. For good measure you can set it as default for your user account within ...
I'm a big fan of gmail. It can handle all your pop mails and as you know, google is pretty good with searches. (+you don't loose your email when switching computers)
To find something suitable for you go to this site. I like Geary best: To install it go to a terminal by pressing Ctrl+Alt+T and copy-paste: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yorba/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install geary
Solved! Thanks to this: Notify-osd notifications appear unthemed in top-left corner It turned out that the problem appeared after I played around with the i3 windows manager. I didn't like it so I purged it. But some packages remained and dunst was the culprit! I executed sudo apt-get purge dunst and then also sudo apt-get purge i3 i3-wm i3lock ...
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