French Translation of Introduction to Thunderbird Series Available
Monday August 11th, 2003
Morten W. Petersen writes: "We have a French translation of the 4 first articles in the Introduction to Thunderbird series available on our website.
"We've also started a FAQ for Thunderbird related questions. One question we were unable to answer is whether it's possible to change the location of where (downloaded) mail stored, does anyone know if this is possible? Thanks. :)"
Yes, you can. In prefs.js, set: user_pref("mail.root.none", "/path/to/root/folder"); user_pref("mail.server.server1.directory", "/path/to/root/folder/server/user"); user_pref("mail.server.server2.directory", "/path/to/root/folder/local"); and any additional serverX you might have. Then just move the server and local folders from where they were before to their new location.
Unfortunately, I find no way to change the addressbook. Does anyone know how to move the addressbook? I tried playing with some prefs, but had no luck.
#2 Location of addressbooks
by danielwang <email@example.com>
Tuesday August 12th, 2003 9:15 AM
address books stay in the profile. You can't move 'em.
You can always use sym links in *nix OSes, this allows sharing of address books between Windows and Linux and the Mozilla Suite and Thudnerbird. I don't think there's a similar convention in windows though, if so, I'd love to know about it.