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import from Outlook 2007

So, like many others, I have spend 2 days trying without success to import EVERYTHING from Outlook express mail 2007. I just want to import mail, setting etc into Thunder… (read more)

So, like many others, I have spend 2 days trying without success to import EVERYTHING from Outlook express mail 2007.

I just want to import mail, setting etc into Thunderbird on a new Win 10 computer and go on with the remaining days of my life.

Is this too much to ask in 2020? :-)

I have tried downloading and running some of programs suggested here but can't make any sense and can't get them to work.

Asked by samperi1 2 days ago

Last reply by samperi1 1 day ago

duplicate folders that show nothing after importing profiles to a new Thunderbird

I followed all steps to copy Thunderbird profiles successfully to a new Thunderbird downloaded on a new computer. All email accounts, old settings, and folders (very larg… (read more)

I followed all steps to copy Thunderbird profiles successfully to a new Thunderbird downloaded on a new computer. All email accounts, old settings, and folders (very large, 16.9g) are all in the left pane after I launched the new Thunderbird.

However, many folders in Chinese characters are duplicate, and do not show anything inside the folders. I have transferred the profiles to a new computer many times in the past 10 years, and I have been always successful without any problem using the same method to transfer from one computer Thunderbird to a new computer Thunderbird. But, this is the first time I encounter this problem - duplicate folders than contain nothing inside. I first downloaded the latest version of Thunderbird (68.10). It happened. Then, I thought I should try an older version (60), which is my old computer using Thunderbird 6.0. But it has the same duplicate folders that contains nothing or do not show up anything inside.

I searched in the support articles and discussions on Thunderbird. I tried to delete all MSF files in the folders, which took a long time to do, and restarted the Thunderbird. But, it still does not work. I tried to delete the duplicate folders, in many ways, but it did not allow me to delete. When I click on any folder in Chinese characters, it just has no response, blank in the folders, and it shows no files previously saved. But, if I click on the folders in English, they are working, and all messages saved show up.

I need all those folders which I saved for over 20 years on my teaching and research position. I have been perplexed and frustrated as I have tried to remove and reinstall Thunderbird and transfer data over 10 times in the past few days, spent days by days on this task without finding a solution. I think the only way now is to find an expert who knows the Thunderbird well to help me. I am even willing and happy to pay the service and work provided by any Thunderbird expert, so I can resolve the problem to get these folders work. All folders and sub-folders inside contain a lot of messages.

The strange thing that has puzzled me is that all folders and sub-folders in English work fine, and has messages, but those folders and sub-folders in Chinese language are all duplicate and contain no message inside. Please see the pictures attached for your reference. Can anyone kindly help me? Please do email me and alert me when someone would kindly offer help, and email me: sguo@sfsu.edu Thanks very much!

Asked by sguo 4 days ago

Last reply by sguo 2 days ago

Struggling to migrate thunderbird emails from MacBook to new iMac

By mistake when setting up a Filter in thunderbird on my iMac, I lost all mails in one of my accounts inbox. Fortunately, they're all there in Thunderbird on my MacBook … (read more)

By mistake when setting up a Filter in thunderbird on my iMac, I lost all mails in one of my accounts inbox. Fortunately, they're all there in Thunderbird on my MacBook Pro and despite following Mozilla's instructions using the system via Help - Troubleshooting menu, I'm having no success in migrating the account from the MacBook to the iMac.

I'm assuming that if I do this migration successfully, that the current 'iMac' account will be overwritten by the account on the MacBook Pro.

Any help would be appreciated

Best wishes

Rod

Asked by r.corston 4 days ago

Un-archiving emails

Hello all! Hopefully one of you genius gurus can help. On advice from GoDaddy (insert eyeroll), I downloaded Thunderbird as their only solution to be able to do a backup … (read more)

Hello all! Hopefully one of you genius gurus can help. On advice from GoDaddy (insert eyeroll), I downloaded Thunderbird as their only solution to be able to do a backup without Outlook. Their instructions were quite vague, however, and I wound up creating an archive of the last 13+ years of emails instead of a backup. But now NOTHING shows in the Archive folders in the left menu, although thankfully I was able to find what looks like might be something in the Profiles folder so I'm not completely panicking.

Any chance there's a way to "undo" the archive and restore everything back? I did try "undo", for the record, holding my breath and crossing my fingers in a Hail Mary fashion (after hours of watching it all unfurl) to no avail.

Asked by jen7 3 weeks ago

Last reply by jen7 4 days ago