Re: Best way to share Thunderbird Profiles across multiple machines.
- From: Ryan Pugatch <rpug@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2008 16:33:44 -0400
On Mon, 08 Sep 2008 15:20:31 -0500
Young <tuxman@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
In the past I've shared Thunderbird Profiles between Ubuntu and XP on
a dual boot machine.
Now I'd like to share Thunderbird Profiles across a local network
between 2 Ubuntu machines and 1 XP box.
Instead of a Network Area Server, I want to designate one machine as
the first one on, and have it host the Thunderbird Profiles as well
as other files across the local net.
By Thunderbird Profiles, I mean the complete set, multiple email
accounts, and their associated mail folders.
What's the best way to make this work? Anyone here have this working
I could see this going horribly if you attempt to open thunderbird on
more than one machine simultaneously. Anyway, your best bet may be
using Samba, which will be accessible from Ubuntu as well as XP.
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