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Old 02-28-2006, 03:44 PM
hartmut hartmut is online now
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import thunderbird mail

To save my e-mails received with thunderbird in Ultrarecall a have the following work-around.
I receive different mails from newsgroups or from German radio stations.
These mails I want to save in Ultrarecall for example cooking recipes in UR-cooking, travelling information sin UR-travelling and so on.
I use TB Autosave extension


1) I created some filters in thunderbird for incoming mail sorting the mail, depending on the sender, in a separate local folder at the same time i label this mail.
For example cooking mails will be moved in a thunderbird folder cooking and receive label "Todo"
travelling mails will be moved in a thunderbird folder travelling and receive label "later"
etc. etc.

2) with TB autosave extension I can automatically save the incoming mails, depending on their label in separate folders in my harddrive. All messages labeled "todo" will be saved in folder "cooking" and all mails labeled "later" will be saved in folder travelling on my harddrive when incoming.

From this folders I can import the mails in the respective UR-file once a week or once a month.

I hope that you will understand my description and it will help to in some cases to automatically save Thunderbird mail for import in UR.
Hartmut
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Old 03-24-2006, 05:51 PM
Daly de Gagne Daly de Gagne is online now
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Launchy and Thunderbird

Can Launchy be configured to work with Thunderbird?

Thanks.

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Old 03-25-2006, 07:38 AM
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I d' nt think, it is for Firebird
But meanwhile I discoverd ABC Amber thunderbird Converter.
You should have a look on it. Once started you can save your thunderbird mails in a lot of formats. (pdf, htm, doc etc.) which are importable to UR.
Hartmut
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Old 03-25-2006, 02:24 PM
Daly de Gagne Daly de Gagne is online now
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Smile Thanks for Suggestion

Quote:
Originally posted by hartmut
I d' nt think, it is for Firebird
But meanwhile I discoverd ABC Amber thunderbird Converter.
You should have a look on it. Once started you can save your thunderbird mails in a lot of formats. (pdf, htm, doc etc.) which are importable to UR.
Hartmut
Hartmut, thank you very much for your suggestion. I have downloaded ABC Amber, and will try it out this weekend.

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