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I have just done the same thing. Created a dual boot machine with XP on one partition and Linux on the other. Then I pointed Thunderbird on each partition to the profile on the XP partition. When starting the Android Thunderbird I got the missing profile error. But i found that if I first clicked on the XP partition drive while in Android everything worked ...
According to http://askubuntu.com/a/301951, there are two locations: /usr/share/hunspell/ /home/me/.thunderbird/o5sgu7z7.default/extensions (/o5sgu7z7.default/ may be slightly different in your case)
Ok so here is a workaround from the Davmail FAQ that limits the IMAP traffic. Edit the config file of Davmail -- that is, ~/.davmail.properties -- and set some value to the property named davmail.folderSizeLimit. As the name says, this is the maximum number of messages allowed to be downloaded on your local drive. I set it to 150 and it solves the problem ...
I finally resolved the issue. I started Thunderbird from the command line and noticed it was complaining about not being about the open the local message store every time I tried to delete a message. To fix the problem I just deleted the following files: ~/.thunderbird/[profile_folder]/Mail/Local Folders/Trash ...
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