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Code examples for to work with "Local Folders"

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I have done some programming in the past to adapt Mozilla Thunderbird...

I need to refactor old XUL and JS code to the new Thunderbird API(s) (version > 60.0)

Anybody knows of a good site with updated info for Thunderbird programming... Code examples will be welcome...

Right now I need to work with the "Local Folders" Tree Ask for a folder name and select it..

Thx

I have done some programming in the past to adapt Mozilla Thunderbird... I need to refactor old XUL and JS code to the new Thunderbird API(s) (version > 60.0) Anybody knows of a good site with updated info for Thunderbird programming... Code examples will be welcome... Right now I need to work with the "Local Folders" Tree Ask for a folder name and select it.. Thx
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Try the newly created developer.thunderbird.net https://developer.thunderbird.net/ Then there is the obsolete Wiki for 63 https://wiki.mozilla.org/Thunderbird/Add-ons_Guide_63 There is a forum here https://discourse.mozilla.org/c/thunderbird/addons
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thanks Matt... I already know that ones... but the kind of info I found there was scarse...

I want some good examples (preferrabley well documented) to start hacking on the new API/interface...

Thanks...

thanks Matt... I already know that ones... but the kind of info I found there was scarse... I want some good examples (preferrabley well documented) to start hacking on the new API/interface... Thanks...
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That is all you are going to get. This is new ground and the API is changing frequently with new API's coming in all the time. The discussion on the maildev mailing list is the only other real resource.

http://lists.thunderbird.net/mailman/listinfo/maildev_lists.thunderbird.net

That is all you are going to get. This is new ground and the API is changing frequently with new API's coming in all the time. The discussion on the maildev mailing list is the only other real resource. http://lists.thunderbird.net/mailman/listinfo/maildev_lists.thunderbird.net
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