You can see your emails in three ways with Thunderbird:
Here's how to do that.
Thunderbird will open the email in a new tab. You can have many emails open in tabs.
Close the tab by clicking the "X" icon that is at the far right of the tab.
The email opens in a new window.
You can drag and drop open tabs to create new windows. Having multiple windows is a good way to separate your work and personal accounts, or to separate individual emails. Here's how to to do it:
Open an email that you want to print.
When you receive a message that has an attached file, an icon is displayed next to the message in the message list:
The bottom of the message window shows the number of attachments associated with a message and the sum of their size. If there is only one attachment, the attachment file name will also be displayed. If their are multiple attachments, click the arrow to the left of the text to see the names of each attachment.
To view an attachment, click the file name. The attachment will be opened with the application that is assigned to the attachment's file type on your system.
Alternatively, click the button in the bottom right corner. Select open or open all (The name of the option will vary depending on the number of attachments the message has.) You can also use the File | Attachments menu to open one or more attachments.
When you view an attachment, the file is copied to the location specified in the Attachments preference.
You can save one or more attachments without opening them. Similar to viewing an attachment, select save or save all in the bottom right corner of the message window, or select File | Attachments from the menu bar. You will be prompted to specify the location where the file(s) should be saved.
You can also delete an attachment. This deletes the file associated with the message. It does not save the message to the local filesystem. Select delete or delete all as described above.
Finally, you can save the attachment to your filesystem but remove it from the email message by using the detach function (accessed in the same manner as the save and delete functions).
Right-click the message, point to Move To, point to the account where you want to move the message, and click the destination folder.
Archiving is an easy and quick way to move emails from your Inbox to an archive folder for future reference.
When you tell Thunderbird to delete an email it doesn't actually delete it. Instead, Thunderbird moves the email to your email account's trash folder. By default, emails are permanently deleted using the rules of the email account provider. This is good to know because it means that you can retrieve emails that you accidentally deleted.
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