In the last version of Thunderbird it is not possible to keep mailaccounts appart, to open them one by one is not possible and to have more than one open at the same time in separate sessions is not possible. In older versions the first part was possible. TRhe last part addresses new solution / development suggestion.
I have to look around for another mailclient. Trying yto avoid MS outlook as long as possible.
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EMPLOYEEI’m happy0If I understand you correctly you mean multiple panes. But you might be talking about folder pane? Anyway, here's how to get back to all kinds of old stuff
* right+click folder, Open ... gives new 3-pane
* right+click message, Open Message in New Window
* Tools > Options > Advanced > General > Open message in ....
* folder pane, click the cyle arrows at the top
I can see there is confusion :)
But have you tried any of the things I suggested, to see the results??
I've put it all out there for you.
I suspect you are in Unified Folder views - it should be obvious because the top of the folder pane tells you what mode or view the folder pane (leftmost of your screen) is in. Thus, click the cycle arrows at the top", there are 5 folder pane views: Unified, All, Unread, Favorite, Recent that the arrows will take you through (or use View > Folders > ...)
How do I create separate mail accounts on my PC which I can have open at the same time?
Let me add that actually the former Thunderbird front end asking which mail account.I want to operate on is missing in latest Thunderbird version which I installed on my new PC. In addition I would like yto have several mail accounts to be open in separyte windowes at the same time.
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several mail accounts, open one at the time and/or at the same time.
Sorry, but I am having a terrible time understanding your writing, to the point where it is very hard to help you. Perhaps there is a language barrier.
> ME: what folder? Where? In Tbird?
yes of course
> ME: What is unified folder view? I suppose this is within thunderbird with one open mailaccount!?
see screen shot
> By the way I like Thunderbird as it was before you started to mixup the interfaces with folders and search facilities not to be understood..
I didn't do anything. Please let's stay on topic of resolving your issue.