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Keyboard shortcuts are quick key combinations that replace mouse navigation. For example, rather than using the mouse to navigate the menu structure to archive a message, you can simply strike the "A" key while a message is highlighted in the message list. Some shortcuts can
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This page shows the keyboard shortcuts for the various search functions in Thunderbird. For the full list of all keyboard shortcuts, see Keyboard Shortcuts. Prior to version 3.1 In earlier versions (prior to 3.1) of Thunderbird, the Ctrl / Command + F key combination invoked
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Thunderbird 38.1.0 (and newer) and the ESR release 31.8.0 includes improvements done by the Firefox core developers to patch the Logjam common vulnerability (CVE-2015-4000) in all Mozilla products. What does this mean to me? Nothing, unless your mail server still uses very old cipher
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