Hi Has anyone of you having a problem opening firefox , google chrome and thunderbird since yesterday? coz almost all of our unit that is running in ubuntu and Zorin OS are experiencing the same bugs.. i already tried updating and upgrading the OS but still having the error and i also tried re installing the applications but im not getting any progress..

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I continue to get a script type font in various areas when viewing websites through Google Chrome as well as emails through Thunderbird. It is only occurring on one machine and only through those applications so my guess is it is the machine's settings that are the problem. However, I've tried changing several different display settings as well as restoring others with no luck. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Below is a screen capture. ![875bf2b75ed7917ad4d44eb290f386c1](/attachments/small/3/875bf2b75ed7917ad4d44eb290f386c1.PNG "align-left")

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After a few hours searching and not finding an answer, does anyone know _if_ thunderbird can be configured to work with Verizon DSL (Actiontec) wired model/router)? Simularly, can Ubuntu be configured to work with verizon dsl? Verizon tech reps say they have no knowledge of a solution. Mostly I get "connection timed out" message with all parameter variations I've tried.

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Hi..Earlier i was using Windows XP and used to access my company mails through MS Outlook. Now i'm using Ubuntu 11.10 and want to access my company mails. I thought of using Mozilla Thunderbird. During creating a mail account in Thunderbird, it is asking for various details like incoming server(IMAP or POP3), Server name, Server port and the same for outgoing server. I usually access my mails through Outlook Web Access(OWA) with below url: [url]http://hcltmail-chn.hcl.in/owa[/url] Kindly help me in configuring Thunderbird.

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I have two main issues with thunderbird. The first is that I have multiple accounts setup, and they all show their messages in the Inbox folder. So I would like to set it so that the program automatically opens up to that folder. I can't figure it out. Also, i use the minimize to tray addon for thunderbird to, well, the name is self explanatory. Anyway, when it notifies you of an incoming email, it repeats the name of the email like four times so it's as if you received four of the same message. The first problem is of …

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I want to write a complex piece of coding that will do several things: 1) It will clear the contents of a folder named "Cache". 2) It will open (if not already) Mozilla Thunderbird. 3) It will find the latest email that starts with a specific title. 4) It will download the files into two folders: One with today's date and one entitled "Cache". 5) It will open Internet Explorer 6) It will navigate to a specific page. 7) It will access a specific link on the page to download a file. 8) It will download this file into Cache …

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If you dual-boot Vista and Fedora or Ubuntu then Thunderbird email client can use a common email box for both operating systems. If you already have an email account set up on one of the operating systems, such as Vista, then open Thunderbird, select Tools --> Account Settings, then click the Local Folders link on the left side of the screen. On the right side you will see the current location of the email files under Local Directory. Write that down someplace so that you can reference it while booted in Fedora. Now close Vista and boot to Fedora (or …

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[URL="http://www.qualcomm.com/"]Qualcomm[/URL] is best known for two things: making mobile phone chips and owning the once hugely popular Eudora email client software. Or perhaps I should say once owning the once hugely popular Eudora email client software as Qualcomm stopped selling it back in May and handed over the codebase to the open source community. The Beta 1.0 release is now available for download under the new name of Penelope. Surprisingly this is being developed and distributed under the Mozilla Foundation wing. Surprising because just a couple of months ago the Mozilla CEO was talking up Firefox and [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry1562.html"]talking down[/URL] Thunderbird, …

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Mozilla CEO Mitchell Baker has [URL="http://weblogs.mozillazine.org/mitchell/archives/2007/07/email_futures.html"]admitted[/URL] that Thunderbird is to be booted out of the Mozilla camp in order to allow “the Thunderbird community to determine its own destiny” apparently. Put through my patented BS translator this produced “Thunderbird brings us no revenue, gets a bad press whether compared to Outlook or Gmail, and anyway Firefox is our future.” Although Mozilla has stated it is looking for a new and separate organizational setting for Thunderbird, the writing really does look to be on the wall for the client. As much as I want to like it, and have in the …

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Just a week after Mozilla made the Release Candidate 1 version of the Firefox-alike open source email client available for download, comes the news that the final version is now [URL="http://www.getthunderbird.com"]here[/URL]. Mozilla Thunderbird 2 brings lots of new features to the table, most notably: [LIST] [*]Message Tagging - Organize emails by assigning tags like ‘From Mom’ or ‘Weekend Projects’ to easily track and search for information. Users can choose from default tags, such as Important, Personal, To-Do, Later and Work, or create their own custom tags. Users can also add as many tags as they want to a message. [*]Message …

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