Message from discussion SeaMonkey & Copernic Desktop Search?
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From: GerardJan <gertjan.vinkeste...@gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: SeaMonkey & Copernic Desktop Search?
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> MCBastos told the world:
>> No, I never had this sort of problem (opening Thunderbird by mistake).
>> Copernic shows the message content on its own without invoking
>> Thunderbird. But then, I don't think I have ever tried extracting an
>> attachment from the Copernic interface.
>> My warning against opening Thunderbird is based on an untested
>> assumption: that there might be enough differences between the two
>> products that could cause problems. But, as I said, I never tested it.
> Addendum: in view of your success, I went on and updated my Thunderbird,
> taking the necessary precautions (reverting the profiles.ini file to the
> original settings). It went without a hitch.
> Then, I decided to get creative, and try a new hypothesis... setting up
> TB so the Seamonkey profile would be listed on the profiles.ini, but as
> a SECONDARY profile.
> Well, it didn't work. It seems Copernic only indexes the default TB
> profile. Had to set it up again as the primary TB profile...
> And... while messing with it, I accidentally *DID* start TB with the SM
> profile. And now I can confirm it: it DID mess my profile a bit,
> although not seriously -- changed my theme to "Modern" for some reason,
> triggered that "checking your add-ons after update" thing and such. I
> didn't notice anything SERIOUS, I was back to normal in a couple
> minutes. But it may be too early to tell if there were any more
> important consequences.
> Anyway, now I have actual data to recommend NOT opening Thunderbird
> after setting it up for the Copernic workaround. I don't think it will
> cause dataloss, but it IS a bother.
apropos this *is* a seamonkey panel, not *thunderbird*