I'm confused

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  1. tyler4402

    tyler4402 Valued Member

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    Hi all, I have just changed to Firefox & I can't understand why the "System Integration" box comes on every time I start the program, and I would like to stop it if possible ( do I need it? )
    Problem number 2 is all the folders the ones I imported from W.L. M came into Firefox, some were folders which I had made to save important emails but they had very little or nothing inside them, and the usual folders found in mail programs seem to be duplicated, and I would like to remove those I don't need.
    Any help most appreciated, regards Robert.
     


  2. popowich

    popowich EQ Forum Admin Staff Member

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    Try going to your control panel and settings the default email client to Thunderbird. Does that fix the problem?
     

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    tyler4402 Valued Member

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    Hi popowich
    Thanks for your help, and yes, as I have also just changed to Firefox it took a little time to find it but having found the default settings it has solved that particular problem.

    However I would like advice on the folder prob, it seems that all the folders including the ones I made to save mails have imported into Thunderbird but there was nothing in them, while the folders seem to have doubled in the default G-mail account , I just wanted to know if its safe to just delete the ones I don't need and leave the ones I imported, regards Robert.
     
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    popowich EQ Forum Admin Staff Member

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    It should be safe to delete empty folders.
     
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    tyler4402 Valued Member

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    Many thanks, problem sorted and solved, regards Robert.
     

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