David Woodhouse wrote:
On Thu, 2006-02-23 at 14:44 +0100, Brian Durant wrote:
>There should be a way of directing Thunderbird to the profile on the
>hfs+ partition (HD), but I don't see those instructions on Mozilla.org
>any more. They used to work with the old Moz monolithic app, but I have
>only seen references when googling about Firefox/Thunderbird being quite
>finiky when this is attempted. In principle two seperate profiles should
>be possible, as long as the mbox files are shared. That would avoid an
>overwriting of the extension preferences between OS's, just in case the
>same pref files aren't an exact match between platforms...
I would always be using IMAP, personally -- you don't really have to
_share_ anything then. Failing that, can't you fake it with symlinks?
I use IMAP for the most part as well, but I often get 50 e-mails per day
and have 20 local mbox folders as well as my 5 accounts and e-mail
filters, so... it would be nice to be able to run the same mail and get
the same results, regardless of whether I am booting from OS X or FC
I also have a fairly large number of e-mails that I have archived from
when I have tried getting Linux to run on other systems, that I refer to
now and again. While OS X has a lot of eye candy and does what it does
pretty well, the *NIX underpinnings are under supported along with Fink
and different package bits, so I am hoping at some point to be able to
run my box only on Linux at some point.