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Lost path to inbox (imap)

Discussion in 'AMD Thunderbird' started by Tim Ritberg, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. Tim Ritberg

    Tim Ritberg Guest

    Hi!

    Yesterday after a TB-update, my inbox was shown empty.
    My inbox mailbox file is located in /home/user. But now TB uses /var/mail.
    I think, there is something wrong with the imap namespace.

    How to fix this?
     
    Tim Ritberg, Aug 9, 2010
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  2. Tim Ritberg

    Tim Ritberg Guest

    Am 10.08.2010 00:10, schrieb Beryl:
    > Tim Ritberg wrote:
    >> Hi!
    >>
    >> Yesterday after a TB-update, my inbox was shown empty.
    >> My inbox mailbox file is located in /home/user. But now TB uses
    >> /var/mail.
    >> I think, there is something wrong with the imap namespace.
    >>
    >> How to fix this?

    >
    > Right-click the account name, click Properties, go to Server settings,
    > change the path to Local folders.
    >
    > Or, drag a copy of your Inbox from /home/user to where TB thinks it
    > should be.
    >
    > My /var/mail is empty, all mail is in a subfolder of
    > /home/user/.mozilla-thunderbird/...
    >
    >
    > This group is for people who used to use AMD Thunderbird processors in
    > their computers once-upon-a-time. The TB group you want is on Mozilla's
    > own news server, I forget the name at the moment. If you come back here
    > again, we'll be real mad.



    Oops I see, wrong group :)
     
    Tim Ritberg, Aug 10, 2010
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