T J Tulley wrote:You also ask:
can you give some more information:
What does that mean?
On Linux? Underneath the .mozilla-thunderbird directory inside your $HOME.T J Tulley wrote: I would like to back up the increasing volume of mail in Thunderbird, but don't yet know where its mail store file sits.
http://www.howtoforge.com/importing_outlook_express_into_thunderbird_evolutionT J Tulley wrote: My OE directory structure is complex and I shall need to reproduce that in TB.
Open a terminal.T J Tulley wrote:So I still haven't found my TB directory.
to copy and paste from a terminal to another app or the terminal itself you just highlight the text in the terminal with your mouse left button down.
then go to the app (eg firefox) and middle click where you want the text.
copy and paste is a built in function on unix/linux.
I want to find the Firefox Bookmarks store, open it and add to it the contents of another from Firefox in Windows - not substitute one for the other. Perhaps that's being lazy, but I have a lot of new ones here, and a lot of structured folders of bookmarks in Windows.
nick wrote:will copy over your windows bookmarks, not sure how to add, or even if it if possible
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