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windows 7: where does thunderbird 17.0.2 (latest) save .eml files

Posted on 2013-02-06
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can I change this folder location (options or settings or preferences menu)
I tried searching my computer for .eml files


how can I see the .eml files
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It doesn't save emails in individual files it saves emails in file for each folder, the Inbox in your image is the file where all your emails in inbox are saved, you can change the location by go to "Option"- "Account Settings" - "Server settings", on the server settings window you can see "Local Directory" section, brows to the folder you want to move location.
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is there a program I could use to view the .eml files as text
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you answered the file location question
thanks
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