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import_export_thunderbird_firefox [2013/04/29 10:20]
Peter Tesar [Windows Users]
import_export_thunderbird_firefox [2019/02/09 10:31]
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-====== Importing and Exporting in Firefox and Thunderbird ====== 
-  By Peter Tesar 
-Windows users may already have the Microsoft applications Internet Explorer (browser) and Outlook Express (mail client). You may have installed the newer Mozilla equivalent applications: Firefox and Thunderbird. These two Mozilla applications are available in versions for both Windows and Linux. 
-Below are some suggestions to guide you through the import and export process. Bear in mind that with frequent version changes, these features may be relocated, non-existent or even not working.  
-To import to Firefox or Thunderbird, you may already have created backup files. 
-======Windows Users======\\ 
-In Internet Explorer 9, you export to an html file through:\\ 
- FILE | Import&Export | export to a file | Favorites checked | Favorites 
-In Outlook Express, you export the address book to a file through:\\ 
- FILE | Export | Address Book 
-======Linux Users====== 
-=====Import and Export Bookmarks in Firefox===== 
-  You can import or export Book Marks using the html format. 
-In Firefox 3, you can go through:\\ 
- BOOKMARKS | Organize Bookmarks\\ 
-Use flat review to left click on ‘Import and Backup’ or alt+i\\ 
-Select either Import or export\\ 
-Type the file name and select either the open or save. 
-In Firefox 8, you can go to "Show All" (ctrl+shift+o) or:\\ 
- Bookmarks | Show all Bookmarks\\ 
-Use F10 to get to the menu bar. Arrow right to 'Import and Backup' and arro down through the selections. 
-===== Import Address Book to Thunderbird ===== 
-   Go to: TOOLS | Address Book | TOOLS | Import … 
-   Highlight Address Books and select next  
-   Arrow down to highlight the type, e.g. *.ldif 
-   Enter the file name and select open.  
-===== Export Address Book from Thunderbird ===== 
-   Go to: TOOLS | Address Book  
-   Tab to the Address books list and highlight: Personal, imported or collected.  
-   Go to: TOOLS | Export … 
-   Type the file name and select save. 
-!!End of Article 
import_export_thunderbird_firefox.txt · Last modified: 2019/02/09 10:31 (external edit)