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Hi everybody. I'm in a proyect with a custom email client. My boss wants to adapt Windows, functions and buttons to the requirements of the company. Here is my problem... ...
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    Working with thunderbird code source


    Hi everybody.

    I'm in a proyect with a custom email client. My boss wants to adapt Windows, functions and buttons to the requirements of the company.
    Here is my problem... I downloaded the sources but I don't know how to work with then and then compiling.

    Does anyone know how I can do to work the codes sources and compile them to start working?

    Thanks.

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    Go to the mozilla web site. They have a lot of how-to guides on installing mozilla/t-bird source codes and building them. I assume you have had some experience in developing C/C++ applications? If not, then you are in for a real "experience"...
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
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