For Windows users up to XP, the folder where you can find the “Thunderbird” folder is: For Vista and 7, the folder is: C:\Users\[user name]\App Data Roaming\ For Windows 10, the folder is: C:\Users\[user name]\App Data\Roaming\ On Linux, the Thunderbird data folder can be one of the following, but it depends on the distribution you’re using: ~/.thunderbird/ ~/.mozilla-thunderbird If you need more information, please refer to the Mozilla Knowledge Base, on the following link: When you have to restore your backup, just copy the Thunderbird data folder from your backup to the place where it belongs.If you’ve just installed Mozilla Thunderbird, open it once, close it without configuring and replace the data folder with the one from your backup. Please note that you may not see the folder where the Thunderbird folder is because it may be a hidden folder.
Google Calendar integration requires two Thunderbird add-ons: Extensions check whether you still need to install Lightning.
Download the add-on/s you need, expand the cog icon, select Install Add-on From File…, browse to the download location, Open the add-on installation file, and click Install Now.
I probably removed 50 bolts out of the front of the thing.
Eventually I had half the car in the back of the truck just to get a couple pieces of trim and the headlight door motors, but there's nothing wrong with a few spare parts.
We at Aural Solutions recommend to our customers to use “Mozilla Thunderbird” as an email client because it’s FREE, secure, multi-platform (Linux, Mac, Windows), it’s supported by the huge Mozilla community and it updates frequently, covering the latest needs.