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Profile Profiles - Where Thunderbird stores your messages and other user data …1. Click the Windows Start button. The Start menu will open.2. In the Search box at the bottom of the Start menu, type: %APPDATA%\Thunderbird\Profiles\ without pressing Enter. A list of profiles will appear at the top of the Start menu.3. Click on the profile folder you wish to open (it will open in a window). 4. Just as you did on your old computer, go back to the Thunderbird application on the new computer and close it.5. Then go back to your Thunderbird profile folder and look for the roaming folder.6. Once inside your roaming folder, click anywhere in that folder and select paste. This will copy over your Thunderbird profile folder.7. Completely close Thunderbird, as explained above.8. Use the Thunderbird Profile Manager to create a new profile in your desired location, then exit the Profile Manager. 9. Locate the backed up profile folder on your hard drive or backup medium (e.g., your USB-stick).10. Open the profile folder backup (e.g., the xxxxxxxx.default backup).11. Copy the SAS URL and download AzCopy12. Upload your PST files to Microsoft 36513. Create the PST Import mapping file14. Create a PST Import job15. Filter data and start the PST Import job
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Profile Note: If you have used the Profile Manager on your source computer to store your Thunderbird profile folder in a custom location into a remote storage drive, create a new profile on your destination computer and set that profile to use the same location. Thunderbird's new installation will use the already existing data.
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Thunderbird Steps to Back up Profiles in Thunderbird Export Profile: When a user require to transfer Thunderbird data to another new destination computer, he/she has to Export Thunderbird data from profile folder to One Drive or to Google Drive. This Process is known as Export Thunderbird profile. Step 1: Click Menu Button.
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Thunderbird Export Thunderbird Profile to New Computer Manually. There are 2 ways to transfer Mozilla email account settings to your new machine. But before starting with this the user needs to backup Mozilla profile and then the user can start to follow these methods. Method #1 Copy Thunderbird Account Settings to Another Computer Manually using Gmail
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Select Select “Thunderbird” and click “Default Profile Configured“. Preview Thunderbird emails in interface. Select file format and click “Export” button. Successful export process. Conclusion. The post aims at providing users with methods to export Thunderbird emails in a seamless manner. There are three ways to do so: Use the default
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Thunderbird Unfortunately, there is no option in Thunderbird settings to export your data and settings to another Thunderbird supported file. The only possible way is manually copying the profile folder to the new PC and allowing Thunderbird to access the profile folder.
Select Launch Thunderbird. Select your Inbox or another folder. Select the email you want to export. Or press CTRL+A to select all emails. Click the menu button to display the Thunderbird menu. Select Save as > File. Select the folder where the emails should be saved and click Save. The selected emails are now exported to the target folder.
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Emails On this menu, press Add to Thunderbird.Press Add and Ok to any other menus that might appear. ImportExportToolsNG should now appear in your extensions list. On the left-hand pane on your Thunderbird, highlight and select the Inbox whose emails you want to back up. Right-click the highlighted inbox and go to ImportExportToolsNG>Export folder …
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Profile Locate the backed up profile folder on your hard drive or backup medium (e.g., your USB-stick). Open the profile folder backup (e.g., the xxxxxxxx.default backup).; Copy the entire contents of the profile folder backup, such as the mimeTypes.rdf file, prefs.js file, etc. ; Locate and open the new profile folder as explained above and then close Thunderbird (if open).
Thunderbird Method 2. Copy Thunderbird Profile to Another Place. Thunderbird profile is a folder saving users’ personal information including local emails, messages, address books, contacts, passwords, and preferences. It is located in a separate location from the Thunderbird program files. When you install Thunderbird, it creates a profile called
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Another Now to export this content to another computer, copy this folder to c:\document and settings\username\application data\thunderbird\Profiles\ on another computer and change the profile.ini to use this new profile by changing the …
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Files Context menu on an EML attachment - import file in the folder ImportExportTools can also perform a scheduled backup of all profile's files or just of mail files and NOW CAN IMPORT A SAVED PROFILE (required ImportExportTools 3.0 or higher, not available for Seamonkey) Note: if you want to import messages or MBOX files, you must first select a
Thunderbird The Thunderbird Export Wizard will enable its users to save all Thunderbird emails to MBOX file along with all inserted attachments. The users may face various issues while doing it manually but with the help of this amazing tool no ingredient of the emails will be affected or changes will be made in the devices while Saving Thunderbird Profile data to MBOX file.