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Is there a was to make xp ask for a password before starting up thunderbird by mozilla.
If not can thunderbird be made to ask for password before allowing anyone to read the old email.
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Probably the most secure way is to to create a TrueCrypt volume that holds your Thunderbird profile.  Then before starting TB up, mount the volume (with a password of course).
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I need something simple that would not require mounting drive and disconnecting drive when you leave. Computer used for couple people with only one having email.
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