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Thunderbird 78+, Missing "All Mails Folder"

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At Folders there was an "All Mails Folder" in previous versions of Thunderbird but now its gone, its missing. I think it must be a problem or something.

I having 10 different email accounts and it very difficult to check one by one if I got a new email or what that email is. But with "All Mails" it's just a single click.

Do you know how can I fix it?

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I mean there are no "Global Inbox" for All Mails. "Global Inbox" is missing, or the "All Mails Folders" something like that

Modified by bi2lmet

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Can you post a screen shot of what you are seeing? Have you tried View > Folders > Unified ?

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Wow! That was so simple Thank Wayne

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I am having a similar problem but the Unified solution did not work. I have folder that just don't show up in the list of folder that I can subscribe only the basic ones are there none of my personal one. SOS help

I am on a MAC on v78.4.0 of Thunderbird

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Having a similar problem after automatic upgrade to 78.4.0 on my PC with Windows 10Pro. My "Sent" mail folder is missing. When I send messages, it gives an error message that says something like: "Your message was sent and saved, but there was a problem applying filters to it" or something like that. I have tried creating a "sent" folder, but it won't let me and says it already exists. If it's there, I cannot see it.

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I found the solution for missing folders. Ran trouble shooter from help menu . On update folder click open folder.click on mail and should see all your folders. right click on one and select properties. under Attributes uncheck hidden. restart Thunderbird.

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I found the solution for missing folders. Ran trouble shooter from help menu . On update folder click open folder.click on mail and should see all your folders. right click on one and select properties. under Attributes uncheck hidden. restart Thunderbird.