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"Edit Saved Search" dialog broken on Mac Big Sur?

I am using Thunderbird version 91.1.1 that I just installed on a new MacBook Pro. I have used Thunderbird for some time now, and have a Saved Search folder that I have s… (funda kabanzi)

I am using Thunderbird version 91.1.1 that I just installed on a new MacBook Pro. I have used Thunderbird for some time now, and have a Saved Search folder that I have set up previously. Today when I went to set up the Saved Search folder, the dialog gets locked up in a state where the only thing I can do is quit Thunderbird from the Menu (see attached image for the state it's stuck in). I have isolated it to specifically when I select folders in the dialog ... I was able to create the saved search folder by not changing the search folder selection, but if I go into that dialog when I exit it after making a selection it gets into this locked up state. I assume it is a bug, unless it's waiting on me to do something (which I cannot figure out what that might be?)

Asked by Jon 1 usuku oludlule

How to search or find a folder by typing its name in ThunderBird?

1. Right click anywhere on the mail-tool bar (or simply on button "Get message"). 2. Choose "Customize..." 3. Look for "Folder Location" and drag it onto the toolbar. Af… (funda kabanzi)

1. Right click anywhere on the mail-tool bar (or simply on button "Get message"). 2. Choose "Customize..." 3. Look for "Folder Location" and drag it onto the toolbar.

After several search around, I found above guidance. Hope my share can help you to quickly find out the wanted folder among hundreds of your folder-tree. Good luck. Peter Quan.

Asked by Peter Quan 1 usuku oludlule

Simplifying filter execution

I'm looking for a way of making filter execution simpler. I have five IMAP accounts. I use the Unified Folders inbox to view them. For each account I have a set of filter… (funda kabanzi)

I'm looking for a way of making filter execution simpler.

I have five IMAP accounts. I use the Unified Folders inbox to view them. For each account I have a set of filters that I want to run manually. Please note that I do NOT want to run any filters automatically.

The way it is now, I have to: 1. Select Tools > Message filters. 2. Select one of the accounts from the top drop-down. 3. Shift-click the filters to select all of them (why is there no Ctrl-A support in this list?) 4. Click Run Now. 5. Go back to 2. and select the next account.

Needless to say, this get old quickly. Is there an easier, more elegant way of doing this?

Thanks!

Asked by Flooded Inbox 2 ezinsukwini ezidlule

Last reply by Flooded Inbox 1 usuku oludlule

Tag mail not working in filters

Tag is disappearing after moving mail via filter. In log filter first setting tag, second - moving mail, but tag is empty in dest-folder Tryed change folder, reinstall (w… (funda kabanzi)

Tag is disappearing after moving mail via filter. In log filter first setting tag, second - moving mail, but tag is empty in dest-folder

Tryed change folder, reinstall (with new profile) TB (v 91.1.1). Nothing help

Asked by neo473 4 ezinsukwini ezidlule

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To make Ctr + + stay permanently

I recently installed Thunderbird version 91.1.0. I want to permanently enlarge all the content of my emails and not just the text. This is both for received e-mails and f… (funda kabanzi)

I recently installed Thunderbird version 91.1.0. I want to permanently enlarge all the content of my emails and not just the text. This is both for received e-mails and for writing a new one. I do not want to enlarge the menus or the interface, only the entire body of the e-mails. How to make Ctr + + stay permanently and I don't have to do it every time I restart Thunderbird? In previous versions of TB I did it by modifying some value of the "configuration editor", but I don't remember how I did it. Thank you.

Asked by arcangel1 5 ezinsukwini ezidlule

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Thunderbird ignores default identity when responding to a list

I've configured a default identity using "manage identities" in "account settings". When responding to an email from an email list though, it chooses the smtp server acco… (funda kabanzi)

I've configured a default identity using "manage identities" in "account settings". When responding to an email from an email list though, it chooses the smtp server account identity instead of the one I've selected as the default.

I've verified that Thunderbird correctly uses the configured default when composing a fresh email. When responding to an email on which one of my identities is in the 'to' or 'cc', it uses that one, which also seems reasonable.

I'm using version 78.13.0 (64-bit)

Asked by jdnewsome 6 ezinsukwini ezidlule