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Yesterday I loaded THunderbird 1.5 on a system running Suse 9.3. Everything worked great and I received over 60 emails. This morning when I restarted the system and clicked on my Tunderbird icon nothing happened. I then tried to open it in a command shell by typing thunderbird, this also did not work. At this point I restarted and in a command shell listed the programs in the directory that THunderbird resides and it was right there where it should be. Any suggestions?
might be a bad install or something. I have installed and revomed thunderbird package lot of times but it never caved in for me. All the mails and settings are stored in .thunderbird directory in your home directory so unless you somehow removed that directory, it should not ask you to reconfigure everything. Are you logged in as a different user?