Mar 06, 2005 · Thunderbird Wish: Show "Local Folders" size like other (sub) folders Thunderbird will (currently) allow you to view the Size, # Unread, and Total # of messages in a sub folder. It would be nice to be able to have this information tallied up for the entire Local Folders box, and shown in columns, the same as sub folders currently are.
Close all the Properties windows.. Use Windows Explorer or My Computer to copy the file that you noted in step 8. You can copy the file to another location on the hard disk drive or to any kind of removable storage media, such as a floppy disk, a CD-ROM, a portable hard disk drive, a magnetic tape cassette, or any other storage device.
Step 1: Launch Yodot Outlook PST Repair software wizard, click the Open PST File button and select your PST file to recover deleted email folders from it. Step 2: Select Normal Scan, browse the destination path to save recovered emails from the repaired PST file and click the Repair button.
I've deleted the global-message-db.sqlite file, restarted Thunderbird 31, and confirm that attachments still do not display at all, on any message, no matter how they're encoded or attached.
Do check the subscriptions in Thunderbird (right-click a folder and select Subscribe) to ensure that the missing folders are still selected and subscribed. In my experience, when Thunderbird updates, some settings can be lost and then may revert to default values. It may have "forgotten" these folders.
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May 19, 2018 · all folders should be listed in FOLDER menu by default having only INBOX and MORE makes very little sense looks like, we have to do a work (instead of Microsoft) to bring up Windows 10 mail to some-kind-of basic user friendly level :-
May 12, 2020 · 1 Please also start the File Explore r via keyboard shortcut [Windows + E] 2. in the address bar [ALT+D] enter the address: shell:downloads. 3. you can see all downloaded programs in Windows 8, 8.1 or 10 this is the standard Download Folder. 4. The second soluton is Windows-Logo+R and also the shell:downloads command.