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    Thunderbird Email

    Running Win7 Home Premium and T'bird 13.0.1



    WHY when I open Thunderbird do I get TWO (2) listings under my email address.?? viz: inbox, sent, drafts. junk, trash.

    Also HOW do I add a "FILE" icon to my mail toolbar. I tried using the :customize" box but couldn';t find "file" ???

    Will try and attach a Screen Shot. Sorry couldn't figure out HOW to do that either.
    Last edited by PaJan; 2012-07-02 at 12:23. Reason: added OS's

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    Hi PaJan, One out of two only. Image and File posting..pdf Sorry.
    O wad some Power the giftie gie us, to see oursels as ithers see us!

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    Thank you Roderunner.

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    "File" is in the menu bar, can't be moved to or duplicated in the toolbar. That's true of every Windows application.
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    That's not quite right, as I have a FILE icon on a toolbar on another computer. Thanx anyway.

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    I don't know of a way of adding just a 'File' button to the Mail Toolbar. If it's just a case of being able to access 'File' without having the Menu Toolbar turned on, you could look into using the 'Compact Menu' or 'Tiny Menu' extensions.

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