Sharing Mozilla Thunderbird Mail Between Windows and Linux
Saturday March 13th, 2004
David Tenser writes: "An increasing number of people are using more than one operating system. Linux is a great alternative to Windows, but many people feel they don't want to abandon Windows completely. This newly written tutorial will show you how you can share your local mail storage between the two operating systems on a dual boot computer."
#1 Wow - it works! Thanks for a great hint!
by glawrie <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Saturday March 13th, 2004 5:02 PM
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I am one of the 'increasing number of people' who dual boot, and already used Thunderbird as my mail client in both Windows and Linux. We use an IMAP mail server, so mail changes etc. live on the server and can be seen from any client / machine. But the whole thing is made soooo much better by being able to have a single datastore: hopefully this will result in only having to train one spam checker for example...
Anyhow - in case you are wondering, the instructions worked perfectly for me. Took only a few minutes too!