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Issue still not solved in Thunderbird 38.5.1; still works the same as in 'Dams's' answer: Open the "Today Pane" (button at far right of bottom line) to open the Events panel next to the e-mail with the link or attached ics-file. Drag&Drop the ics-link/file directly from the e-mail onto that pane. Funnily this does not work in the Calendar view with ...


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Check the solution at http://steveshilling.blogspot.com/2013/03/thunderbird-and-copying-between-imap.html Not a permanent fix, but works


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Found the solution. Basically when you download the file thunderbird-38.5.1.tar.bz2 from thunderbird download page, the expected file is not included within the tar file. That's why it complains that it cannot find the address book file. In you console, cd to your thunderbird folder Type touch abook.mab sudo thunderbird. You should now have an address ...


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You can try following steps: make a copy of abook.mab.bak and call it, for example, myaddbook.mab, then save it wherever you want install this extension --> http://nic-nac-project.org/~kaosmos/morecols-en.html once installed, open addressbook, go in Tools --> Actions for addressbook --> Import mab and import myaddbook.mab now you should have a new ...


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Since you didn't update the package manager's view of your system when you "manually reverted to an old version of thunderbird", it thinks you're running the current version. Rather than trying to tell the package management system about your old version, you could simply reinstall the current version with: sudo apt-get install --reinstall thunderbird ...


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Firetray does not work in current/newer versions of KDE's plasmashell, since the indicator rewrite. The author of Firetray was working on actual indicator support, but unfortunately has decided to discontinue the project (https://foudil.fr/blog/209/the-web-is-not-the-platform/). This is a shame, because I've not found any better option that works with ...


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In Mozilla, goto Tools>Import... and select Mail (or whatever else you require). This is a feature of POP3. If you wish to co-ordinate emails from the past and maintain a common list, you need to select the imap sever for your chosen email account.


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Check for the Thunderbird add-on with the name: "Messaging Menu and Unity Launcher integration 1.3.1" If it's there and activated, then check the notification settings in Thunderbird.


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I went into 'Edit Per-recipient Rules' and created a rule that will not encrypt nor sign emails I send to myself. For the emails I could not decrypt I copied the email bodies into individual text files. Then, from the directory where I place them I entered cat filename.txt | sudo gpg --decrypt in the terminal to see the contents of the problem emails ...


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In my case, setting useGpgAgent to true actually fixed my problem. Thunderbird version 38.5.1, Enigmail 1.8.2 (20150416-1748), gpg (GnuPG) 2.0.28, libgcrypt 1.6.3.


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This is not a program but it is a simple trick I use quite often. Firefox and Thunderbird will underline misspelled words with a red line. Move the cursor under the misspelled word and press the menu key on your keyboard. This will bring up a context menu and suggested spellings will be listed at the top of this menu. Use the arrow keys to select the ...


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Launch Thunderbird and navigate to the menu Tools → Add Ons, go to the Languages tab and make sure that you have enabled the German language package.


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No, you don't need to do anything. The file training.dat isn't an executable but contains training data for Thunderbird's spam filter.


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I just added LC_TIME=en_DK.UTF-8 to /etc/default/locale. Works fine on Linux Mint 17.3. 1) open /etc/default/locale in editor. The content of the file should be something like this: LANG="en_US.UTF-8" LC_NUMERIC="en_US.UTF-8" LC_MONETARY="en_US.UTF-8" LC_PAPER="en_US.UTF-8" LC_NAME="en_US.UTF-8" LC_ADDRESS="en_US.UTF-8" LC_TELEPHONE="en_US.UTF-8" ...



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