joshua_neff at yahoo.com
Sun Dec 26 17:28:59 UTC 2004
--- John Cox <pkands at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 26 Dec 2004 11:36:52 -0500, Claude Jones
> <claude_jones at levitjames.com> wrote:
> > Dick Roth wrote:
> > > Claude Jones wrote:
> > >
> > >> Where is the Thunderbird signature setting? The
> only thing I can find
> > >> is a digital signature setting. Is there not a
> provision somewhere to
> > >> just add a signature to one's posts? I've
> looked through all the
> > >> settings over and over, and read through the
> help files and faqs on
> > >> their website but I can't find this? Am I
> blocking the obvious here?
> > >>
> > >
> > > It's not really all that obvious:
> > >
> > > 1. Click on "Write",
> > > 2. Menu: Edit>Account Settings & look towards
> the bottom of the page.
> > > It is looking for a text file name.
> > >
> > Thanks to all for your quick replies. I did look
> there many times, and
> > it's not there. My version is 0.9. Perhaps I need
> to get the Ver 1.0. If
> > that makes sense, is there a way to upgrade
> without losing my settings?
> > 'Yum upgrade Thunderbird' doesn't seem to be
> picking it up. Will simply
> > installing 1.0 put it 'on top' of my current
> version and preserve my
> > mail, settings, and address book?
> > --
> You can download the TB1 rpm here:
> rpm -Uvh and your settings are safe
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I did the more newbie version:
1) downloaded the Thunderbird 1.0 rpm, but didn't do
anything with it yet.
2) did "rpm -e thunderbird" to get rid of Thunderbird
3) then installed Thunderbird 1.0 with RPM.
It's obviously an incredibly unsophisticated way of
doing it, but it worked. All of my settings were saved
and Thunderbird 1.0 has worked perfectly.
--joshua m. neff
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