Thunderbird allows you to archive your messages. This means that they can be moved from the default folder to the archive folders without deleting the messages altogether. This makes it easy to organize archives or move them to a backup device, which keeps the Inbox clean. These archived messages are indexed by Thunderbird's search.
NOTE: Messages can only be archived manually and not automatically.
To archive one or more messages:
NOTE: You can also archive a selected message by selecting the 'A' key on your keyboard.
You can configure the location for archived messages individually for each of your email accounts. Here's how to do that.
To configure the location of archived messages:
The archive folder structure can be configured by clicking on the Archive options button.
In this window, you have options to archive messages to:
Archiving is automatically enabled in Thunderbird.
To disable archiving:
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