Now that we have moved to SM 2.0, I came back to an issue I wondered a
long time ago:
Copernic Desktop Search supports (indexes) Thunderbird mails.
Seamonkey uses essentially the same format as TB, however, CDS does not
recognize the SM mail folders.
So, CDS probably checks either a fixed location or a TB config file to
find the emails.
Now, this is evidently a problem with Copernic. I tried requesting this
feature of them, I tried for years, and they ignored me. Makes me want
to switch search programs -- however, it's still better than the
So, what I was thinking... would it be possible to make a "dummy"
Thunderbird installation in order to fool Copernic into indexing
Seamonkey mail? Has anyone managed to do it?
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