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On 2/28/16 9:40 AM, Tanstaafl wrote:
On 2/28/2016 11:21 AM, Tim---Kracked_P_P---webmaster
<> wrote:
The only thing about Thunderbird, for me right now, was the "chore" it
was to to switch systems when the one it was on, since 2010, is now down
for repairs.

That is simple - you just copy the %appdata%\Thunderbird (on Windows)
folder to the new system.

If you're using Windows. And if the two platforms are different, you may break an add-on.

It was not geared for syncing your email between two or
more systems - i.e. desktop, laptop, and maybe tablet - according to
everything I have read.

No fat (desktop) email client is designed to do that. That is what IMAP
is for.

When using IMAP, starting from scratch, is simple (just add the accounts
back in), and as long as you use IMAP on all systems, mail is always in
sync, because all changes happen server side.

I do not really think we should to bundle Thunderbird with LibreOffice,

Agreed, it should always be a separate install...

One question I have is, in what way(s) could or should TB better
integrate with Libreoffice, other than maybe a simple (e)mail merge

Mac OS X 10.8.5
Firefox 44.0
Thunderbird 38.0.1
"My brain is like lightning, a quick flash
     and it's gone!"

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