I think thunderbird doesn't support unlimited mails. It supports upto 1GB i guess. How can i monitor these space? Is there a GUI tool available for thunderbird showing the remaining space or the no of mails that i can receive ? Is it possible to increase the thunderbird mail storage capacity? If not what would be the good solution, if my mail box gets full?
I came across a small problem.
I use Mozilla Thunderbird for my e-mails and I have many e-mail boxes that I use Mozilla with.
How do I manage to open ALL unread messages from ALL my e-mail boxes im Thunderbird? Now I have to switch between them and open them one-by-one, but it takes lots of time.
Thank you for any help in advance!
What I'm supposed to do is send emails from Ubuntu. The easiest way I have found is using Thunderbird and linking my real e-mail address ([email protected]) to Thunderbird account.
I can successfully receive e-mails and download full history this way.
I installed dualboot Linux Mint Mate15 and WindowsXP and am establishing Thunderbird as successor of Outlook.
After installing the Windows Thunderbird version I already managed to import my Outlook mails (Outlook.pst and archive.pst) in Thunderbird and backed up on an external disk the Profile of that Windows Thunderbird containing all my previous mails and settings and want now to import that Pro
I'm using Fedora 19 and am trying to figure out how to get some simple mail indicator icon for Thunderbird. Using the FireTray add-on I'm able to get an icon into the message tray. This requires to first start Thunderbird, which is ok, but how do I know if there was a notification if I did not look at the screen for a minute?
I have configure gmail IMAP account in thunderbird (10.0.2) on UBUNTU 11.04.
All things was working fine, one day i found blank mails in my local sub folder which have filter to download mail from IMAP indox to local inbox. No subject no body no person name, nothing just a size i have that only 0.1k.
I've a Postfix installation which works fine, I don't get any trouble with mails sent through a mail client (in my case, Thunderbird or RoundCube) when the To: address is a GMail account. However, I recently needed to use the PHPMailer tool to send some e-mails to some GMail accounts, so I configured an account to be used via SASL authentication + TLS.