Thunderbird creates a temporary file called "nstmp" when it’s compacting a folder. If Thunderbird is interrupted during the compacting, it will abort, and the temporary file will not be deleted. If the problem occurs multiple times, you’ll see numbered files ("nstmp1", "nstmp2", etc.).
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How to Disable Indexing in Thunderbird 3
The first time you start up Thunderbird, you notice that it’s indexing your emails and feeds. If you do not think indexing is going to do you any good. You can disable it.
Thunderbird reply position
Sometimes I put up with computer stupidity much longer than I should. By default, Thunderbirdpositions the cursor at the bottom of the e-mail body when replying to an e-mail instead of at the top. I couldn’t figure out how to change it, so instead I rewired my brain to press Ctrl+r, Ctrl+Home to reply. Today I decided …