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Compacting in 115.9.0 (64-bit)

I just updated Thunderbird to 115.9.0 (64-bit) after many years. Took me a bit to get used to the new look-and-feel, but I do like it. Just noticed a change in how the c… (læs mere)

I just updated Thunderbird to 115.9.0 (64-bit) after many years. Took me a bit to get used to the new look-and-feel, but I do like it. Just noticed a change in how the compacting looks. With my old version, each time I did the compacting, I could see the progress down on the status toolbar, where it showed each folder as it was compacted on the left side and on the right side, a progress bar. I'm not seeing that now. In fact, I don't see any indication of the compacting progress at all. Am I missing something obvious? Thank you

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How can i use Aptos as the default font for writing e-mails?

Hello, i'm currently trying to set the font 'Aptos' in thunderbird 115.9.0 to the default font for writing e-mails. I do know that there is an option to configure this … (læs mere)

Hello,

i'm currently trying to set the font 'Aptos' in thunderbird 115.9.0 to the default font for writing e-mails.

I do know that there is an option to configure this under 'settings -> writing -> html-options -> font' but when i try to change this i seem unable to find the font Aptos in this list. I do however have other programs installed on my computer, that already use this font. How can i get and set this specific font in thunderbird?

Kind regards RedPanda

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Changing subject line text on incoing emails

Some email clients allow the user to change the subject line on an incomng email. I had a client where I could edit the subject line and then store the email in another d… (læs mere)

Some email clients allow the user to change the subject line on an incomng email. I had a client where I could edit the subject line and then store the email in another directory. Changing the subject line allowed for a better way to find the email later on as one can change the text to something understandable and easier to seach for. Can this be done in Thunderbird or is this for the wish list? Cheers Bob

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Accessibility: How to enlarge left and center columns so they're readable on a small screen?

Hello, I do most of my work on a 13" laptop, and I've recently installed Thunderbird to replace Windows Mail before it goes away. One of the things I loved about Mail is… (læs mere)

Hello,

I do most of my work on a 13" laptop, and I've recently installed Thunderbird to replace Windows Mail before it goes away. One of the things I loved about Mail is that it's very easy to read. Each column is scalable, and the text is well-prioritized and large enough to clearly see the sender's name and read the subject line. In Thunderbird, there's so much on my screen--all at about the same size and color--that I'm having trouble parsing the information, especially when trying to refer back to messages marked as read.

I know I can scale columns to adjust the width, but that doesn't increase the text size. I don't need or want to see 11 messages at once; there's simply too much information in each little box, all displayed at the same priority level, that it creates a wall of text that feels overwhelming, especially when I'm flipping between multiple client projects throughout the day. (Also, a side note: I have text set to 16pt, but it's displaying at 6 or 7, tops.)

My questions are these:

1. How do I enlarge the contents of the left and center columns so I can read them more easily on a small screen? I don't need to see 11 messages at once. Three or four is fine.

2. How do I flip the priority so the sender is bold and the subject is smaller or a lighter grey? I freelance for multiple clients, so it's more important for me to know who a message is from than what it's about (knowing the former usually answers the latter).

3. Is there a way to make the date and time smaller and lighter, especially for read messages? These are fourth-level priority items, but they're depicted on my screen with the same priority as everything else in every box in every column on my entire screen.

4. How do I stop Thunderbird from downloading every message I've ever received without disappearing them into a secret archive? It's downloading messages from 2018 that I'd like to keep on my mail server and see at a glance when logged directly into that service, but not see in my daily Thunderbird inbox.

5. How do I make Thunderbird show me ALL received messages in a thread when I select the drop down arrow from the center column? Right now, I have a thread with 6 messages from 3 people, but the 4 most recent messages (the ones I need) are only visible if I scroll down to the bottom of the right-hand pane. I'm sure there's a reason for hiding the 4 most recent messages, but that's too much guesswork for me. If Thunderbird can only display 3 messages in a thread, then how do I set it so that it shows the 3 most recent, not the 3 oldest?

I know this is a long message, and I apologize for that, but I've searched for answers before coming here and couldn't find what I needed.

Thanks in advance for the help!

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How do I format my signature?

Left Mac Mail for TB (on Fedora). I am trying to replicate my signature from Mac Mail but I can't seem to format it nicely. I had some legal disclaimer text which was s… (læs mere)

Left Mac Mail for TB (on Fedora). I am trying to replicate my signature from Mac Mail but I can't seem to format it nicely. I had some legal disclaimer text which was small font (8) and gray rather than black. I tried pasting the text into the signature box in account settings but it's just plain text. is there some way to activate a rich text/html editor to make it look a bit nicer? thanks

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How to Flag Email as NOT SPAM?

There are two "bad email" files in Thunderbird: JUNK and SPAM. I'm still not clear on the difference. For JUNK mail, TB gives us the option to select "NOT JUNK". Good.… (læs mere)

There are two "bad email" files in Thunderbird: JUNK and SPAM. I'm still not clear on the difference.

For JUNK mail, TB gives us the option to select "NOT JUNK". Good.

But for SPAM, I cannot find the option "NOT SPAM"

1) Why are there separate SPAM and JUNK directories? And why are they managed differently? This seems terribly non-intuitive and inconsistent and just strange.

2) How can I train SPAM filter to not flag good email from trusted senders? For instance, I get email from my wife many times a day for many years. Today, TB put her email into SPAM. Isn't there a simple command to "white list" a sender's email address?

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Can not understand how to control fonts - especially for plain text msgs

I really can't get my head around fonts in Thunderbird. 1. Can I use Verdana? It's not shown in any lists 2. No idea which options do what, when I click on "Advanced" I… (læs mere)

I really can't get my head around fonts in Thunderbird.

1. Can I use Verdana? It's not shown in any lists 2. No idea which options do what, when I click on "Advanced" I have no clue what all the fields mean 3. I tried my best, read this page - https://kb.mozillazine.org/Font_settings_in_Thunderbird - but what is it talking about? "Tools>Options"... that doesn't exist in my Thunderbird!

Grateful if someone could explain how it works. Specifically, I'd like to know (as the article above purports to explain) how to adjust fonts used when reading incoming mail, html and plaintext separately as I'd like to have those fonts noticeably different.

thanks

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How to automatically delete messages from IMAP server?

My IMAP server reports an overflow every third day. How can I set Thunderbird to download all emails to my local computer and automatically delete downloaded emails from … (læs mere)

My IMAP server reports an overflow every third day. How can I set Thunderbird to download all emails to my local computer and automatically delete downloaded emails from the IMAP server?

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received email has emoji in place of letter

emoji are now showing up in incoming emails . Emoji are replacing a few characters in the body of the email. previously could not compose an email without emoji inserted… (læs mere)

emoji are now showing up in incoming emails . Emoji are replacing a few characters in the body of the email. previously could not compose an email without emoji inserted in place of a few letters, such as capitalized A. played with settings, fonts to no avail. magically the next day problem went away. the next day, now incoming emails are peppered with emoji: Mozilla looks like the M was replaced by emoji

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Open�the�internet�with��ozilla

�onfirm your account and get the most out
of��ozilla�everywhere�you�sign�in�starting
with

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sort folders in folder pane

If there's an easy answer to my problem I haven't been able to find it on the Thunderbird support site. Or anywhere else! All I want to do is move my email accounts in th… (læs mere)

If there's an easy answer to my problem I haven't been able to find it on the Thunderbird support site. Or anywhere else! All I want to do is move my email accounts in the folder pane up and down. Apparently there is an app to do this but it is not compatible with the newer TB version that I have. A second issue that has me befuddled is how to get rid of the "Gmail" folder, which is a primary folder under my account names and which houses several subfolders. Only one of my 6 accounts has this problem! The other 5 accounts have several folders directly under the account name and no subfolders. "Subscribe" does not help. All of the 6 accounts have the same subscribe selections; 3 are IMAP and 3 are POP. Yet one of them refuses to retire the "Gmail" folder.

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Making Thunderbird user friendly

Three things that I feel should be changed in Thunderbird 1. A toggle switch to highlight that we chave received email in a thread. I can spend hours looking for why the… (læs mere)

Three things that I feel should be changed in Thunderbird

1. A toggle switch to highlight that we chave received email in a thread. I can spend hours looking for why the folder shows I got an email, yet none of the messages are highlighted.

2. When I want something to be opened in a new tab, I want to switch to the new tab. This again can be a toggle.

3. More of the configure editor settings should be brought out to regular settings with better descriptions. Coders are not the best choice for labeling something.

None of this is an emergency, but there will be a point in the level of frustration that can cause folks to jump ship. As an example when I got a 4k screen, trying to get everything in Thunderbird to fit properly took hours and I am still not happy with the out come. I am hearing that there are a lot of folks, not all, that are frustrated with Thundebird.

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Two "Upgrade" complaints

I used to like Thunderbird, a lot. I've used it for more than 13 years. I have also contributed money - because I believe in paying for a good product. I think Thunder… (læs mere)

I used to like Thunderbird, a lot. I've used it for more than 13 years. I have also contributed money - because I believe in paying for a good product. I think Thunderbird is quickly moving away from being a 'good product'.

I have two big complaints now with Thunderbird.

1. Apparently the 'developers' just can't stop themselves from adding more and more "stuff" (called "features"). All I want is a decent email client. The tabs to open PDF attachments was a nice feature, when it was added. However, the vast majority of so-called "features" that have been added over the past few years are useless to me. And it shows in how big the Thunderbird application has become and how long it now takes to load and display.

2. The 'threaded' crap is driving me nuts. It seems like every time Thunderbird updates it puts some/most/all of the folders back to 'sort by threaded' and displaying the thread column and star column. I hate 'threaded'. If you are updating the application why can't you import my 'custom' settings or at least just leave them alone. No, you reset all kinds of stuff with nearly every "update".

I guess I have two options: 1. I will quit updating Thunderbird (disable auto-update, if that's possible). 2. Find a new email client that is simpler, smaller, loads quicker, and is less cluttered with "features".

Thank you for taking a decent product and 'improving' the hell out of it - to the point where I am starting to hate it.

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how to change all folders to sort by unthreaded?

Thunderbird's most annoying problem - by default all email strings are sorted by threading which causes many problems as all the users who have contributed to this issue … (læs mere)

Thunderbird's most annoying problem - by default all email strings are sorted by threading which causes many problems as all the users who have contributed to this issue in many blog threads have said. I am using the latest now - ver 115.9.0 (windows) and i know how to manually change a folder's contents to sort by unthreaded but i have literally hundreds of folders in my thunderbird and to change each on the fly would take hours. Is there NO way to change the default for existing folders to sort by unthreaded? It seems like this would be a simple setting to have included in thunderbird. In the last posting i read still no one has a solution: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1425531?page=2 Can anyone offer any assistance? thank you all

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Cannot install add-ons in Thunderbird

As described in this question I am unable to install addons in Thunderbird: when attempting to install an addon, either via the in-app browser or via a file, a pop-up win… (læs mere)

As described in this question I am unable to install addons in Thunderbird: when attempting to install an addon, either via the in-app browser or via a file, a pop-up window appears for which "Add" and "Cancel" buttons do nothing (there is no way to move or remove the window without killing the process).

Version: thunderbird 115.4.1-1 on 6.5.9-arch2-1

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Message list columns

If you add from & correspondent you get the same results. Shouldn't from show the second line with the actual email address? If not can this be done another way? Usi… (læs mere)

If you add from & correspondent you get the same results. Shouldn't from show the second line with the actual email address? If not can this be done another way? Using version Version 115.9.0 if that makes a difference

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Thunderbird not storing email data on pc

I don't want thunderbird to store email data on my pc. Only store and access from email server. Is this possible? Currently I'm using my AT&T email account with Web … (læs mere)

I don't want thunderbird to store email data on my pc. Only store and access from email server. Is this possible?

Currently I'm using my AT&T email account with Web based Yahoo! Mail. I like accessing my email Web based, because it does not store my email data on my pc and remains on AT&T's servers. Can Thurderbird be installed and used on my pc, without storing file data locally? Thanks.

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STOP theaded Emails

This is driving me absolutely nuts. How in gods name do you STOP thunderbird sorting emails as Threaded. Yes I have been to "Sort By" and checked "Unthreaded" but this d… (læs mere)

This is driving me absolutely nuts. How in gods name do you STOP thunderbird sorting emails as Threaded. Yes I have been to "Sort By" and checked "Unthreaded" but this does not stay as the default I HATE threaded emails Surely there has to be a way to Set Sort By Unthreaded as the default and make it STAY that way.....

Thanks in Advance

Paul...

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‘I cannot find the way to manage address book folders in Thunderbird 15.9.0. I am trying to create new address book subfolders, and manage the order in which folders/subfolders appear.

‘I cannot find the way to manage address book folder in Thunderbird 15.9.0. I am trying to create new address book subfolders, and manage the order in which folders/subfo… (læs mere)

‘I cannot find the way to manage address book folder in Thunderbird 15.9.0. I am trying to create new address book subfolders, and manage the order in which folders/subfolders appear.’

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threading

How can I turn off the threading of my emails? Its driving me crazy as when an email comes in after a short time it disappears into the threads and then I have to open e… (læs mere)

How can I turn off the threading of my emails? Its driving me crazy as when an email comes in after a short time it disappears into the threads and then I have to open each thread to find out who sent the email. At one stage there were 6 emails noted near the inbox but no new unthreaded message, all went to respective threads. Very time wasting.

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Cancelling emails after hitting send

Just started using Thunderbird. I notice a feature which I really like, the ability to cancel an email after hitting send. today I tried it for the first time. But the em… (læs mere)

Just started using Thunderbird. I notice a feature which I really like, the ability to cancel an email after hitting send. today I tried it for the first time. But the email still sent and shows in sent folder.

What is the purpose of that cancel button, if it doesn't work? Also, is there a known time period where you have to be quick enough to hit cancel for it to work!?

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