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Can't import MBOX files

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I installed Thunderbird specifically to import/read MBOX files downloded from Gmail. I installed the add-on (ImportExport Tools NG). When I navigate to Tools / ImportExport Tools NG / Import mbox file, nothing happens. According to other websites, Thunderbird should open another dialog box at that point with several options, but I get nothin'. Any suggestions?

I installed Thunderbird specifically to import/read MBOX files downloded from Gmail. I installed the add-on (ImportExport Tools NG). When I navigate to Tools / ImportExport Tools NG / Import mbox file, nothing happens. According to other websites, Thunderbird should open another dialog box at that point with several options, but I get nothin'. Any suggestions?

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If you first select Local Folders in the Folder Pane, then Tools / ImportExport Tools NG / Import mbox file, do you see the window as in the attached picture? This is working in TB 60.8/W10.

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If you first select Local Folders in the Folder Pane, then Tools / ImportExport Tools NG / Import mbox file, do you see the window as in the attached picture? This is working in TB 60.8/W10.

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Somehow the Local Folders selection made the difference . . . I got the dialog box shown (wasn't getting it yesterday), and now I have a boatload of old messages dating back to '08! Thank you!

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I loaded the addon, but even after clicking local folders I do not see that window as shown above

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mwunsch995 said

I loaded the addon, but even after clicking local folders I do not see that window as shown above

Right-click Local Folders, then select ImportExportTools NG/Import mbox file.

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Hi, I can't even find the Local Folders in the Folders pane.

I get a list of Unread, Favorite, Unfiled, that's it. I'm trying to read mbox files from Yahoo Groups that I downloaded from Yahoo. Thank you for any help.

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JS3K said

Hi, I can't even find the Local Folders in the Folders pane. I get a list of Unread, Favorite, Unfiled, that's it. I'm trying to read mbox files from Yahoo Groups that I downloaded from Yahoo. Thank you for any help.

Local Folders is present in every TB setup, even if you haven't added any accounts. Select View/Folders/All; press Alt if the Menu Bar with View is hidden.

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Hi, thank you. This is all I see:

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Did you once have accounts in TB and folders visible in the Folder Pane, but after a crash or update TB started as if it were a new installation?

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Hi, no, this was a fresh install.

Thank you for your interaction.

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With a new installation, the Folder Pane should look like the attached picture, before adding any accounts. I don't know why yours is empty, so I suggest you create a new profile from Help/Troubleshooting Information, click about:profiles, then click Create a New Profile at the upper left .

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I'm also failing to get the expected sub-menu at Tools > ImportExportToolsNG > import mbox file > ??

I can't see Local Folders either ... is this because I'm on a Mac? If so, any suggestions?? Nothing logical seems to be working. Thanks

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bdev said

I'm also failing to get the expected sub-menu at Tools > ImportExportToolsNG > import mbox file > ?? I can't see Local Folders either ... is this because I'm on a Mac? If so, any suggestions?? Nothing logical seems to be working. Thanks

Do you see the Folder Pane with a list of the account folders, Inbox, Sent etc., and Local Folders? If not, select View/Layout/Folder Pane, of click the 3-bar icon, Options/Layout/Folder Pane.

When you select Tools/IET NG/Import mbox file, the window in the picture attached to my first reply should appear.

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So I discovered the cause of my error - I hadn't set up an email account in TB so couldn't see the Local Folders. As soon as I did I was able to follow the guidance in this thread and ... bingo!!. That only took me three months to resolve. Thanks all