This week’s email newsletter articles are:
- Importing Addresses to Thundebird’s Address Book
Subscriber Marc decided to switch to Thunderbird after switching to Windows 7. But, he’s having some trouble importing his addressbook that was exported from Outlook Express:
Just started to use Thunderbird since Windows 7 only seems to use Windows Live. Like the application since its format is similar to OE.
Trying to import my OE address book with a csv file that has names and e-mail addresses. But only the names are showing up in the address book. […]
- Windows Live Mail vs AT&T’S Yahoo Email Servers
Long-time subscriber Jack Carmena wrote to ask about new problems he was having with Windows Live Mail:
Starting two weeks ago, my Windows Live Mail, has been going in and out, mostly out with my AT&T DSL line.
I have talked to them (AT&T Tech Services) six times and they all say my settings are correct and it is a Microsoft problem. It worked fine for a year with my Windows 7, 64 bit computer but all of a sudden, it won’t fly. […]
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This Week Online — Blast From The Past
Articles Newly Posted Online
These are new articles this week on my Terry’s Computer Tip web site that were originally part of my email newsletter.
- Thunderbird Keeps Wanting to Compact Email Folders
Compacting email folders is a critical part of maintaining your email program. When you delete an email, it’s not really deleted from your email program’s storage file. It’s simply marked as "deleted" so that it can be recovered if needed, or overwritten as part of compacting the email folders. That’s what compacting the email folders […]
I love the redesign of my Terry’s Computer Tips web site — it makes article posting and maintenance much easier than before. I’m glad I switched to WordPress and the Genesis Framework. On my Terry’s Computer Tips site, I’m using the base Genesis Framework with a of child theme of my own to customize it.