This week’s email newsletter articles are:
- A Lost Address Book Window Pane in Thunderbird
I wrote recently to answer a question about how to create an address book in Thunderbird. That triggered long-time subscriber Chet Norris to write aboujt his frustration:
just read your article on creating an address book which i did and named it ‘friends.’ i put all my friends addys in there and now what comes next? how do i access the ‘friends’ address book? when i click on address book in the ‘get mail’ line they ALL show up..comanies, websites, friends, and everything else…very frustrating..H E L P
In Thunderbird, when you click[…]
This Week On-Line — New Articles
With my new design of my Terry’s Computer Tips web site, I now publish articles individually rather than as an on-line issue. That also means that I can link directly to the articles, as I’ve done below:
- Thunderbird Email Addressing Options
Thunderbird has a configurable option for auto-completion of email addressses. What’s auto-completion? Create a new email in Thunderbird and then start typing the email address in an address field. Thunderbird will automatically match the letters you type against its database of email addresses its created from your email activity. Where can you find the configuration […]
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This Week Online — Blast From The Past
Articles Newly Posted Online
The following are new articles this week on my Terry’s Computer Tip web site were originally posted in my email newsletter.
As above, these are direct links to the individual articles.
- Problems Deleting a Corrupted File
Long-time subscriber Lanny Totman wrote to ask for help with a hard drive problem he was having:
Hi I have a corrupt file on my system and I cannot get rid of it. I tired to delete it, ran chkdsk, tried unlocker and nothing works. Any idea on how to remove it? Thanks Lanny
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.