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Old 10-01-2010, 01:12 AM   #16
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Click on the Edit button on the bottom right corner of your first post.
Click Go Advanced button.
Then you can change the title and in future please be careful to have a very proper title to your threads. If the threads have a proper title they come up in Google searches and thus help other people looking for the same solution !
 
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Old 10-01-2010, 01:12 AM   #17
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It will be really helpful if you modify the thread title as "Transferring mails from WindowsMail to Thunderbird".

Other people looking for the solution will be able to search for the thread then.
It's ok Anisha I worked it out- All of the respondents deserve a big applause for effort - Again - Thankyou
 
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Old 10-01-2010, 01:22 AM   #18
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Click on the Edit button on the bottom right corner of your first post.
Click Go Advanced button.
Then you can change the title and in future please be careful to have a very proper title to your threads. If the threads have a proper title they come up in Google searches and thus help other people looking for the same solution !
All done and advice noted - but remember it is the title that draws response so it has to attract people to it by a bit of invoked mystery But I understand what you are saying and that it must also be helpful to others is a prime requisite. Linux forums have a name for being a little stuffy - I know they are not, I have searched and found many answers in these pages. And I have found the answers because the titles were as you say "very proper" but they also had that pleasant type of invitation to solve the mystery. Keep up the good work - Linux Rocks !!
 
  


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