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pody

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Can anybody help. I have loaded the latest version of Thunderbird after a new installation of windows xp pro. I have created four separate address books of people I contact regularly. With the older Thunderbird when ever I forwarded a mail the list of address books appeared at the side of the window with the latest this does not happen and the only way I can get the address with out entering them individually is to highlight them, minimize the widow and drag them to the mail,unfortunately this is complicated and doe's not always work. I'm sure I am missing something, any help would be appreciated. Podi

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robinofloxley

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No idea, but if you want to put an old version back, till you find the answer, you can find them at Filehippo.

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AroundAgain

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Hi When in the Compose window, ie Write, press F9

You can toggle between displaying it, or not, with this key.

I hope this is all you need to do to recify your issue. If you still have a problem, try one of the forums below

Mozilla Messaging and Mozillazine

Hope this helps you Cheers

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pody

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thanks very much for the help, the F9 key works very well thanks again. Podi

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