RE: Need advice: share email linux&xp
From: Rony [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2004 9:03 AM
To: Gustavo Halperin
Subject: RE: Need advice: share email linux&xp
>Thx for the reply. Have 2 questions:
>> I recommend to use fat32, just more secure write there from linux
>> (but maybe ntfs is also OK).
>Do you know how to make linux write to ntfs?
You can configure it in your kernel (I use this configuration in my
kernel 2.6.7), there is also
a Free Open Project (try search it in the net) that do it and they tell
that is 100% secure.
>> The Second Method is a little more complicate, I similar but now with
>> the mail folder account. For this method maybe you will need also
>> modify the java update file...
>What has it got to do with java?
I afraid about this question, I don't remember the exactly name of the
Java file. The place is under your
Thunderbird directory, in Linux maybe is '.thunderbird' or '.mozilla' in
your root. Looking for the for some
ASCII file that look like init all your preferences. You can define some
unique name in your preferences
And after it loking for for the file that contain this name with:
root> find <thunderbird-local-root> -type f | xargs grep
>Okay thx, think i'll try to make a FAT32 partition for that. Strange,
lilo once make my FAT32 partition dissapear from
> window, and i never get the partition back. Tried to return it using
windows disk management util or qtparted, none works.
Mmmm, I don't think that lilo can do it some thing like this.
Try run 'fs' and check if the partition is there, If from windows you
see it you must also see it from Linux. After
run 'fs', just add it to lilo, run it and that is all.
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--- Gustavo Halperin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I almost do it but with mozilla.
> Windows don't know linux partitions, therefore the share place must be
> in windows. I recommend to use fat32, just more secure write there
> from linux (but maybe ntfs is also OK).
> The simple method is to declare the local folders path in the share
> place (Sh.P), same place for the two mozilla, After it every message
> that you receive and move to the local folder will be accessible for
> The Second Method is a little more complicate, I similar but now
> with the mail folder account. For this method maybe you will need also
> modify the java update file and maybe others think, I don't remember
> Thunderbird is gray, but some time to much simplificate. So, if you
> can NOT expecify in Thunderbird where you want place the Local Folder,
> the only way working with Thunderbird will be a symbolic link to the
> Sh.P., but I afraid that is not possible if the Sh.P is a windows one
> Good Luck
> Gustavo Halperin
> Amdocs R&D Division
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> * <mailto:email@example.com>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rony [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Monday, October 25, 2004 5:30 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Need advice: share email linux&xp
> Okay, most of the apps i need is installed already. Now want to try to
> do my work in linux. My system is a dual boot, Sarge-Xp. I'm using
> Thunderbird as email client for both. Anybody have any idea how to
> share my email folder? I know Thunderbird stores each email account in
> a folder.
> What i want is, if i retrieve email in Thunderbird linux, i also can
> read the email in Thunderbird windows or vice versa.
> Should i provide a partition that both linux and windows can write to?
> What file system should i use? FAT32? Or any better idea? Many thx.
> - Rony -
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