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Michael

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I decided to Mozilla Thunderbird and I thing that it is great, far better for preventing spam, looks better etc. but there is one thing that I can't work out how to do and that is How can I make it desplay my adress book below the Local Folders like it dose in Outlook express? Thanks for any tips.
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I have looked to do this for awhile and couldn't find a way to. Basically I just keep my address book open when I need it, but as you must know it automatically puts your address book up on the left when you choose to write new mail and click the contacts tab inside the email message window.

Edited by phybyr0ptyk, 12 July 2005 - 07:42 PM.

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https://addons.mozil...&numpg=10&id=70
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Your the man, and Im an idiot, I never thought about an extension for this.
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I knew there must be an extension to do this I just could not find it even after a long search not find it thank you for you help.
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