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From KMail to Thunderbird: hotkeys

If you have done everything mentioned before, you now brought your Thunderbird functionality on par with what you had in KMail. And probably the only annoying things still remained is the keyboard mapping. Probably more than once you pressed “A”expecting it to “Reply to all” and ended up with an archived message instead. No problem, […]

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From KMail to Thunderbird: system tray icon

One of my personal pet peeves during the first week of using Thunderbird was the lack of system tray nofitication about the new mail. Apparently this functionality is only available on Windows. And I really missed the KMail system tray functionality with the number of unread messages shown right on the system tray icon. And […]

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From KMail to Thunderbird: must-have add-ons

So you have a working Thunderbird installation which has your old e-mails. However the look is different, and you feel some information you used to have on your fingertips ┬áis missing. Don’t worry, most of it could be changed by extending the Thunderbird functionality with add-ons. There are tons of them, and here I list […]

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From KMail to Thunderbird

I think every Linux desktop user which uses KDE agrees that when we update to a new KDE4 release – either because it comes as part of system update or by installing the new distro – the first question we ask is what exciting features were introduced in this new release and which basic functionality […]

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