Setting up thunderbird profiles in different location

Thunderbird by default creates its data directory in user’s home directory but you can of course move it to a different location. Follow the steps below to do that. Install thunderbird if not installed already Open thunderbird with profile manager only Select “Work Offline” option Note: if you have already installed thunderbird then copy its […]

Thunderbird default open links with chrome or firefox

To choose browser of your choice to open links go to Edit >Preferences >Advanced >General >Config Editor and search for network.protocol-handler.warn-external. If the following three are all set to false (default), turn them to true, and Thunderbird will ask you when clicking on links which application to use (remember to also check “Remember my choice […]

Arch Linux set default browser

open terminal and execute following commands $ xdg-mime default browser.desktop x-scheme-handler/http $ xdg-mime default browser.desktop x-scheme-handler/https replace browser with chromium or firefox example $ xdg-mime default chromium.desktop x-scheme-handler/http $ xdg-mime default chromium.desktop x-scheme-handler/https or $ xdg-mime default firefox.desktop x-scheme-handler/http $ xdg-mime default firefox.desktop x-scheme-handler/http

Linux thunderbird add extension

Adding thunderbird extension is a bit different than doing that in windows but still easy. 1. Download extension 2. Click Menu >addons 3. click on setting icon right before the search 4. click on install Add-on from file 5. point to your downloaded extension 6. click open and it will start install keep enjoying linux […]