Johann Petrak wrote:
> OK, I know the FAQ says yes, but here, Beagle does not seem to index
> anything related to Thunderbird.
The Thunderbird backend is pretty buggy and memory hungry, so it is no
longer built by default. You have to pass in --enable-thunderbird to
the configure line for it. I'm not sure if Ubuntu builds/packages it,
maybe bhale can answer that.
The problem is being worked on, however, so hopefully soon we'll be able
to re-enable it.
> Does Beagle expect the Thunderbird files in .mozilla-thunderbird
> (Ubuntu's way) or .thunderbird (every other distro's and Mozilla's way)?
> What happens if it finds both or just one of these directories?
It checks both directories, but I'm not sure which it prefers.
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