__/ [Pamela Moore] on Wednesday 12 October 2005 16:20 \__
> Thorn wrote:
>> On Wed, 12 Oct 2005 14:15:32 +0100, Pamela Moore Cried: Read These
>>>I run Mozilla on Linux and would like to close my email account on the
>>>machine and save it to a dvd. The trouble is I can't find the mailbox
>>>files. Can someone point me in the right direction?
>> locate .msf | grep -i mail
>> Someplace in your ~/ probably. Ignore the .msf files when archiving,
>> just summaries. The real mbox files have no extension and can easily be
>> read with any text reader.
> Thanks Thorn,
> I found it under ~/.mozilla/
If you migrate to a separate machine or change E-mail client, I would urge
you to use that as an opportunity to upgrade to Thunderbird, which I am
very pleased with. I ditched KMail some months ago.
All my settings, mail, filters, themes, extensions and customisations reside
under ~/.thunderbird/ . In fact, only 5-10 minutes ago I fiddled with a JS
files under that location and changed the introductory phrase for replies.
Thunderbird is highly customisable and I heard great things about version
1.5, which I think is now a release condidate at the moment. I still use
My 2 pennies,
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