Peter's suggestions should work just fine for you.
I keep my TB data files on a separate hard drive/partition. And have gone
through the same exercise you are encountering. I usually do a backup in TB and
move the files over via the backup to keep things in sync.
If you install TB
I am trying to set up TB to delete trash on Gmail, when I empty the TB trash
From reading online, there is supposed to be a setting somewhere
(Delete mail from server when it is removed from Trash), but I can't find it
Thanks for any help!
T> thank you for your assistance. When you refer to the tbk file that's the
backup files, right?
Yes, the TBK file is the Bat backup file. To prepare for moving, I would
first go to the Folder Maintenance Center and run everything. That will
compress your files and to
On Thu, 20 Feb 2020 19:45:38 -0500 GMT (21-Feb-20, 07:45 +0700 GMT),
Richard Newman via TBUDL wrote:
T>> Do you think one or the other method is safer?
>I think transferring via the TBK backup is safer and cleaner
> . . . when it works (it usually does). Running the
Friday, February 21, 2020, 3:10:39 AM, you wrote:
> If you install TB in the new machine and open TB it will look for a TBK.
> 1) If you want your data in the normal default location just open
> the new install of TB without allowing it to bring over the TBK info
> or setting up any account.
> I am trying to set up TB to delete trash on Gmail, when I empty the TB
> trash folder.
> From reading online, there is supposed to be a setting somewhere
> (Delete mail from server when it is removed from Trash), but I can't find
> it anywhere.
> Thanks for any
> Here is how I have done it: First look up the location of the "Mail
> Directory" on your current PC under Preferences/System. Then install
> TB on the new machine but don't start it yet. Or start it and don't
> configure anything but quit it. Then copy the complete "Mail
> Directory" from your
I don't have anything about "Message Management" under Mail Management.
Just "Deletion" and "IMAP fine tune", and neither one has anything about
deleting mail from server when it is
removed from trash.
Thursday, February 20, 2020, 12:46:29 PM, MAU wrote:
> Hello Susanne,
>> I am
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