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I am running linux and windows on the same machine, and use both about equally often. I use thunderbird as my mail client on both operating systems, and would like ...
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    Thunderbird archive


    I am running linux and windows on the same machine, and use both about equally often. I use thunderbird as my mail client on both operating systems, and would like to synchronize between them so that old mail is accessible to both. Does anyone know of a way to do this?

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    You can use a common foder for linux&windows on a FAT32 partition.

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    are you suggesting that I move my archived mail folder to a diffrenet partition? how do I point thunderbird on linux to that for its archive?

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    Look into your options in windows and linux mail-applications, and just choose to keep your mails on the servers, this way you ld be able to see them from everywhere even at work!

    *H3*Dave

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    Here's how to move thunderbird profiles:

    http://www.mozilla.org/support/thunderbird/profile#new

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