So I was forced to migrate from Eudora to Thunderbird and lost half my emails in the process (10 years worth). It's all corrupted when I open them. Okay, learned to live … (funda kabanzi)
So I was forced to migrate from Eudora to Thunderbird and lost half my emails in the process (10 years worth). It's all corrupted when I open them. Okay, learned to live with it.
Then recently I had to change drive number on some of my hard disks. When I rebooted Thunderbird was empty as if I just had installed it.
I know one way to solve it is to go through the pain of re-configuring everything from scratch and locate the old mail folders, and tweak the program as I want it, etc.
But... is it not possible to edit the registry by only changing the drive letter so that it becomes exactly like before?
Without messing with the registry, is there somewhere I can change the location of where it reads the data to know the configurations, mail setting, mail folders, etc, so that it becomes like before?
I use Windows 7 by the way (yes I know, but I'm tweaking and maintaining it with stuff like Optach, it works like a charm).
I'm getting desperate as there's important emails pending, so I defer to the online oracle!