2007 version of firefox won't start! & version 2006 of thunderbird won't start
Name: Robert Calhoon
Summary: 2007 version of firefox won't start! & version 2006 of thunderbird won't start
sip these two go back to earlier version wait till starting gets fixed
broke on office machine and home 4 pc's broke too.
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:184.108.40.206) Gecko/20070515 Firefox/220.127.116.11
...'run' of interface 'nsIProcess' failed in Thunderbird 3 RC1 but works in Thunderbird 2
I've got a problem with a Thunderbird add-on which works always fine in
Thunderbird 2. But in Thunderbird 3 (RC1) there are some problems. I hope
someone can help me with the following point:
The extension should start a windows application (exe) with some arguments,
first time. The application keeps itself in the memory. All following calls
of the application with arguments should call the still existing application
with new arguments and so on (keep itself in memory and get the new
arguments is managed by the application). But with Tunderbird 3 (RC1) there
is ...How to set Thunderbird to start or to not start when Windows starts?
New to this forum, and got only a week's worth of topics.
I have recently migrated Thunderbird from XP to Vista, but I still use
the XP workstation and want to keep Thunderbird on it, but I don't want
it to start each time at boot up.
Can someone tell me how to prevent Thunderbird from starting when
Windows starts in WinXP ? I have looked in the registry, in the
profiles.ini and in the Thunderbird help section.
Also, how to set it up to start when Vista starts?
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
Content...How to 'force' Thunderbird to open 'secondary windows' on main monitor?
Not sure whether this is a Windows issue or a Thunderbird issue :-\
My main workstation is a PC with two monitors. After a long period of
'good behaviour', Thunderbird started 'misbehaving' again in the sense
that it opens 'secondary windows' (i.e. the composition windows that
open when one writes, replies to or forward messages) on my secondary
How can I 'force' Thunderbird to open these windows on main monitor,
without having to use an application such as Actual Window Manager?
On 27/01/...'Thunderbird thinks this e-mail is a scam' message
Name: Karen Isaacson
Summary: 'Thunderbird thinks this e-mail is a scam' message
If I get mail that Thunderbird thinks is a scam [largely due to the fact
that links go to a domain name other than that of an organization, like
a lot of online activism opportunities do], I have no way to say 'no,
this isn't a scam and please add this to my list of ok
It would be nice to have that option because every single mail I get
from an organization that I want to hear from and res...Improving the Thunderbird Mail Start Page for Thunderbird 2
The Thunderbird mail start page is woefully out of date. It links to features that were new
in Thunderbird 1.0 and 1.5. Nothing about all the new features available to users in Thunderbird 2.
We'd like to replace the existing Feature items in the start page with a new list of features. It'd be really nice to highlight the new Thunderbird 2 features in the start page. But fixing this would require us to break the string freeze and is something we are reluctant to do without further conversation with all the localizers.
For more details see:
How do I know if a message is 'local' (e.g. you wrote it yourself, so
it's in the sent, drafts or concepts folder, or any other folder where
you want to store those mails), or if it is 'remote' (e.g. you received
it in your inbox). Of course I also want messages you sent to yourself
to be recognized as remote. If it's of any matter, my main extension
code is called from the messagepane-loaded event.
Frederik Vanderstraeten schreef:
> How do I know if a message is 'local' (e.g. you wrote it yo...Thunderbird to Thunderbird
Our laptop went bad but hard drive is good and have accessed it. How do I
transfer the email etc. from the old laptop to a desktop computer with a
fresh install of thunderbird?
> Our laptop went bad but hard drive is good and have accessed it. How do
> I transfer the email etc. from the old laptop to a desktop computer with
> a fresh install of thunderbird?
> Thank you!
Find your profile folder on the old drive. (This will help you find it:
http://kb.mozillazine.org/Profile_folder_-_Thunderbird Use the
instructions for Vista if you are...Support for refugees from Vista's Windows Mail in Thunderbird 3?
Microsoft is terminating both Windows XP's "Outlook Express" and Vista's
"Windows Mail" in favor of "Windows Live Mail". Judging from my experience
trying Windows Live Mail (see www.segal.org/tablet/live/) and from the
negative impressions voiced in the windows.public.windows.live.mail.desktop
newsgroup, the switch to Windows Live Mail could be an occasion for many
people to move to Thunderbird.
Vista users are unlikely to switch to Thunderbird 2 since it only imports
from older mail programs and not from Vista's "Windows Mail"...Shceduling an e-mail to be sent by THUNDERBIRD -
Name: Daniel Hardigree
Summary: Shceduling an e-mail to be sent by THUNDERBIRD - - Thunderbird is the best e-mail client by far
It would be wonderful to have a way to write an e-mail like this little
area that would be scheduled TO BE SENT TO THE BOSS at a given TIME. He
text me today to remind him tomorrow to talk to him about something.
THIS WAY he gets a REMINDER on his iPhone and I get a REMINDER on my
phone, at a designated time!
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1....Importing to 'New' from 'Old' Thunderbird files
Searching Thunderbird I found 'Importing' but it wont work for me.
I have a Windows XP which failed, (viruses, etc.) and the hard disk
Drive C has been installed on the new XP as Drive 'E' (backup). The
teccihie installed Windows etc on the new Drive C and REMOVED Windows
programs from Drive E. When I attempted to get into Thunderbird, I was
initially taken back to Step 1 to setup my own e-mail and language
NewsGroup. My dread is I have lost the old Thunderbird Messages and
Address Book which theoretically should be on Dive E.
Can I rescue them - what are the ...Wanted to use Thunderbird and couldn't because my e-mail account through Juno does not support it
Name: jane Ehret
Summary: Wanted to use Thunderbird and couldn't because my e-mail account through Juno does not support it
What companies do support Thunderbird?
Browser Details: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322)
jane Ehret wrote:
> Name: jane Ehret
> Email: jae1991atjunodotcom
> Product: Thunderbird
> Summary: Wanted to use Thunderbird and couldn't because my e-mail account through Juno does not support it
http://www.juno.com/supp...Tried deleting 10 000 mails from an imap account, now thunderbird won't start.
After I marked the 10.000 e-mails and hit delete, I quickly realized
that this was a bad idea. I let Thunderbird have a go at it for quite
some time, but eventually gave up and killed the application.
I then logged into my webmail and deleted the mail messages that was
clogging up my inbox, and then restarted Thunderbird. But Thunderbird
just crashes when I try starting it. It is as if it is still trying to
delete those 10.000 messages. It just stops at the main interface and
So is there a way I can delete the account that had those 10.000
emails from Thunderbird ...unable to e-mail photos because Thunderbird will not tell PhotoPro II it is the default e-mail carrier. Problem only since last week's automatic update.
Name: Mike Rollins
Summary: unable to e-mail photos because Thunderbird will not tell PhotoPro II it is the default e-mail carrier. Problem only since last week's automatic update.
My Photo Pro II has always sent photos thru e-mail but has Thundebird
has refused to identify itself as the default e-mail client since the
update last week. This problem assumes emergency proportions as of this
morning. I MUST be allowed to transmit my photos. I would hate to have
to return to 'Outlook Express' to ge the job don...Current 'how to compile' guide for Thunderbird on Windows?
I've looked around and found a few 'how to compile' guides for
Thunderbird on Windows but I'm not sure if they are still current. Can
anyone recommend an up to date guide?
PGP public key: http://www.signal100.com/markr/publickey
Key fingerprint: 2F64 8EC1 771C 3895 A230 3BE1 2501 A882 C9C5 C162
Mark Rousell wrote:
> I've looked around and found a few 'how to compile' guides for
> Thunderbird on Windows but I'm not sure if they are still current. Can
> anyone recommend an up to date guide?
The official documentation is