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Deleting options in Thunderbird for Mac

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When in thunderbird Mac (38.3 to be precise) I am struggling with something that should be so obvious and probably is. When my emails come in, I rightly get newer emails at the top. Say I have 20 emails that are unread that have come in since I last looked at my email, then I want to go to the bottom of that list (the bold ones (which is my setting) If I want to delete the email, i click delete and it goes. What happens next is my issue. The default highlighted email is then the older one below it. What I want it to do is be the one that was above the deleted one so I can go through all my unread emails in order from old to new working up the list. It seems so obvious that it should work this way but just doesn't for me. It does on apple mail which I haven't used now for over a year! Thats how long I have had this issue.

Yes I can click up to the newer one but that adds another click when I am going through hundreds of emails.

Any idea on the mac how to delete the email and the default one that opens is the next newer one above the deleted one?

Any help appreciated. Thanks

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I’m sorry, overlooked that. :)

On Mac, you can find the Config Editor using Thunderbird > Preferences. See also the Config Editor article for more info.

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Could you have a look at question 996042 and see if that’s what you are looking for?

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thank you so much for your time on this. I did find the solution you are referring too and it may well work but I am on a mac and presuming the settings are different as I don't have an 'options' menu under the tools menu. see attached. thanks

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I’m sorry, overlooked that. :)

On Mac, you can find the Config Editor using Thunderbird > Preferences. See also the Config Editor article for more info.

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IT WORKED!

Thank you so much. Really not a computer novice but hadn't worked it out.

Thank you