March 28, 2015 at 5: An alternative for e-mail back-up.
I'll mark this as solved. September 16, 2014 at 7: The latter, I believe, transfers them to the Trash folder, where Gmail deletes them completely after 30 days. Easy to tell: But I did the last update and I was no longer able to use Photo resize to resize my photos when emailing them.
You can configure multiple accounts within Thunderbird. The good news is that your email is backed up! If you select a local folder, the sent message will only save in local storage.
That way, if some disaster happens, you can do a restore pretty easily. As a result, we prevented a sign in to your Yahoo account xxxxxxx.
It was only with Thunderbird that got stuck when trying to view the Inbox and that in turn prevented ALL accounts from copying stuff to their Sent folders. March 20, 2012 at 12: The saved folder with Thunderbird portable and database together was the only way I could use the email database on other computers.
October 10, 2014 at 6: Whilst enigmail has been updated for Thunderbird 60, I understand the changes were quite significant, so it might be the source of the crash. Jonathan says: Then…I received an e-mail from Yahoo stating the following: This is not recommended and may leave your account more vulnerable to compromise.