Hello. I have the latest version of Thunderbird installed on a desktop running windows 10. Recently, I downloaded all the messages from a work Gmail account and want to u…
Hello. I have the latest version of Thunderbird installed on a desktop running windows 10. Recently, I downloaded all the messages from a work Gmail account and want to upload those same messages to a private Gmail for storage purposes.
I have spent a lot of time searching the internet and found numerous explanations of how to do this using Thunderbird, some of them more easily understood than others, but so far have not found any that address the issue of a person who already has a Thunderbird installation - what I have read talks about how to install Thunderbird and then use it to do the transfer.
Currently, I have Thunderbird with my legacy emails, plus two linked Gmail accounts. So, I have three accounts in Thunderbird (I hope I am using the correct terms here). So, when the instructions start talking about using the local folder, I start getting antsy. But, forging on, could it be that all I need to do is create a 4th account in Thunderbird? The Gmail account I plan to link for the upload is not one of the two already linked, and actually I really do not want those messages from the 4th account downloaded to my computer - but perhaps I cannot prevent that?
I hope that my question makes sense! I basically need to know how to proceed with this import from the mbox file to my Thunderbird, preserving what I have, and then how to upload the messages to my designated Gmail. Thanks for any help you can give me!
[ Windows 7, x64 - Firefox Quantum 69.0b14 ] I have been trying to make a permanent modification of prefs.js, specifically changing browser.launcherprocess.enabled to fal…
[ Windows 7, x64 - Firefox Quantum 69.0b14 ]
I have been trying to make a permanent modification of prefs.js, specifically changing browser.launcherprocess.enabled to false because it is incredibly annoying not being able to drag bookmarks to a folder (whatever the security implications of such), but I cannot make the change stick because it is overidden by xul.dll whenever I restart my machine.
I had hoped to re-code xul.dll, but this does not appeart to be possible, as it seems that xul.dll is proprietary; so I am wondering if anyone can suggest something (other than using a browser which does force options on you whether you like it or not) or if there is a legacy version of xul.dll (and associated signature file) that can be used instead?
Family members updated Firefox to 68.0.2 After doing so, they could log in to AOL but when trying to access their mail, they'd get an error about an improper redirect. St…
Family members updated Firefox to 68.0.2 After doing so, they could log in to AOL but when trying to access their mail, they'd get an error about an improper redirect. Standard procedure was tried. Cleared Cache, Cleared Cookies, Forgot Site Booted Safe Mode Refreshed Firefox Deleted .sqlite files for cookies Wasn't able to find any button for disabling Content Blocker in this version of Firefox but since everything was default, I doubted that was the issue. It was only blocking trackers. I even tried to solve the issue by following the instructions to disable DNS prefetching in the help article: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-cant-load-websites-other-browsers-can
And while I'm here, please Mozilla... Bring back the option to completely disable checking for updates to the masses. I am the administrator/manager of the tech in this household, I don't need popups/notifications/prompts showing up for the other users of this rig to update things while I'm away.