For all its idiosyncrasies, I have come to rely on Thunderbird for my considerable e-mail needs. This involves switching fairly regularly between my Inbox, Outbox and Draft folders since only their titles are/were displayed simultaneously.
Inadvertently, I clicked on something and they have now disappeared obliging me to select Go > Folder > Local Folders before another folder's index can be selected and seen.
PLEASE, how can one rectify this? I'll be very grateful for FOOL-PROOF step-by-step instructions.
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Supporters, I have, I believe, found a solution. Thank you.
What was your solution?
Thank you, Wayne, for your interest and quick follow-up.
Although, as I recall, the steps below didn't work the first time, the
ultimate solution was obtained, logically enough, from the e-mailer's 8-option main menu (2nd line of regular TB screen or interface) as follows: [> = Select]
View > Folders > All (from 6 options)
If the latter is too crowded, Favourites is a briefer option.
I hope this helps
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