You may be using a POP account for one of your systems. Depending on how your POP account
is set up, you might be simultaneouslydownloading your emails and erasing them from the
server. When you switch platforms, it is the same as booting up another computer, and
those emails are no longer available on the system that you last booted.
On Jan 11, 2014, at 5:01 AM, Andreas Assmann <a.g.assmann(a)gmx.de> wrote:
On my 64bit-laptop I have two operating systems in dual-boot-mode (Windows7 and
Fedora19LXDE), and a separate partition („Own Files“) where I store my private files, e.g.
important e-mails (*.eml). My e-mail-client in both operating systems is Thunderbird.
When starting my laptop from out Windows7, I can open and read without any problem all
e-mails stored in the partition “Own Files”. However, when I start my laptop from Fedora,
it is impossible to open the same e-mails.: after a click on the e-mail the little wheel
turns and turns and then stops.
Has anyone an idea, where this problem might come from? Anyway, thanks for your help.
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