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Saved searches ("Virtual Folders") are lost between restarts

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Hi i have problem with Saved searches ("Virtual Folders") are lost between restarts. When i restart Thunderbird in file (virtualFolders) is only "version=1" rest is removed. How i can save my saved searches?

P.s In error console i see this message

Hi i have problem with Saved searches ("Virtual Folders") are lost between restarts. When i restart Thunderbird in file (virtualFolders) is only "version=1" rest is removed. How i can save my saved searches? P.s In error console i see this message
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Delete the smart mailboxes folder from the Mail subfolder of the profile folder, as well as virtualFolders.dat from the profile, restart TB, recreate your saved searches, and see if they are retained between restarts.

Help/Troubleshooting Information, click Open Folder, close TB before making any changes.

http://kb.mozillazine.org/Unified_Folders_not_working

Delete the smart mailboxes folder from the Mail subfolder of the profile folder, as well as virtualFolders.dat from the profile, restart TB, recreate your saved searches, and see if they are retained between restarts. Help/Troubleshooting Information, click Open Folder, close TB before making any changes. http://kb.mozillazine.org/Unified_Folders_not_working
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Today I created a new profile and only moved a copy of the message to the Mail\Local Folders\Inbox\cur folder. Create new Saved searches and restart thunderbird, Saved searches are lost between restarts

Today I created a new profile and only moved a copy of the message to the Mail\Local Folders\Inbox\cur folder. Create new Saved searches and restart thunderbird, Saved searches are lost between restarts
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