I'm using the thunderbird-188.8.131.52-1.fc7.i386
package from Fedora Updates for Fedora 7. From the first installation it shows a very annoying bug. However I should mention that I'm using the .thunderbird directory
(with my mail archives, Lightning 0.3.1 addon and other configs) from an earlier Thunderbird 2.0.0.x installation which I used on FC6.
After a fresh installation from the package thunderbird-184.108.40.206-1.fc7.i386.rpm (using yum or local installation) Thunderbird works fine. Even if I close the program several times and executes again, it works just fine
Once I reboot
my notebook, the problem starts to appear. Thunderbird loads as usual and fetches the mails. But when I click on any mail (new or old) to view it (in any Inbox folder) Thunderbird crashes. It just disappears
. No matter how many times I try the same cycle of things would occur.
What I'm doing now is, every time the problem occurs, I do a "yum remove thunderbird" and then a "yum localinstall thunderbird-220.127.116.11-1.fc7.i386.rpm", so that I can work again. I know it's pretty ugly and dirty. But I got to do some work, right?
So any help regarding this would be greatly appreciated.