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Most of the 1,7 GB will be emails and their corresponding attachments. Since you uninstalled it, one may assume you do not need the emails/passwords, attachments etc. anymore. If that is the case, yes, it is save to remove. However Be aware that emails you have in a POP account will possibly be lost. They will not be on the server any more unless you ...


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Also to free up some additional space you can try to run this command: sudo apt-get autoremove --purge && sudo apt-get autoclean It will remove all the dependencies not needed anymore along with their cached .deb packages that are usually kept in order to be able to reinstall them without having to redownload them; if you feel like you don't need ...


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Yes. If you have uninstalled it you can remove the preferences file. All archived mail will be removed. As will all emails if you had a pop account. I assume that is what you want.


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I suggested the @User1911 to use strace to find the system call that is failing with Permission denied error — there would be written the path to a problem file. They got the output access("/home/rel0aded/.cache/thunderbird/v1wb1dmb.default", F_OK) = -1 EACCES (Permission denied) mkdir("/home/rel0aded/.cache/thunderbird/v1wb1dmb.default", 0700) = -1 EACCES ...


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Well, in principle you can. In practice however, don't try it. For this to work, you would need to edit the corresponding .msf file. This is an index to the emails, which themselves are all stored in a single file with no structure. The index keeps track of which mails have been viewed, which are replies to other mails, etc. Your thread structure is ...


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run this command in your terminal: thunderbird -p


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I found this process for removing an email account fromk Mozilla I have As of 4/27/15. open Mozilla click in the account you wish to delete look for "view settings for this account." double click. 3.outside the box on the left which contains a menu of topics is a "Account Actions. Double click you should now see a list of actions, double click on "remove ...


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Run this command to remove the configurations and other things in your home: rm -rf /home/keeceng/.thunderbird Do not remove the following files. This files come from other packages: from package app-install-data /usr/share/app-install/desktop/thunderbird:thunderbird.desktop /usr/share/app-install/icons/thunderbird.png from package ...


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Your ISP is asking you to login to your SMTP server so that you can respond to a return receipt request.


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OVERVIEW An additional software application is needed to print a selected Thunderbird (TB) contact to an envelope using LibreOffice (LO). That software is gLabels and it is available from the Ubuntu Software Centre. This method requires a fair amount of non-technical effort to set up. Once the templates are there, printing direct to envelopes is easy. ...


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Create a folder then delete it and empty trash. I dont know why but it works after that :)


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There is an extension you can use " MinimizeToTray revived 1.1.2", it is popular and highly praised, it should fit your needs https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/thunderbird/addon/minimizetotray-revived/


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You can try: View => Message Body As => Original HTML



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