Linked by Sharif Islam on Fri 30th Jul 2004 08:28 UTC
Internet & Networking I had been an avid user of Pine for almost five years. Recently, I decided to move to a greener posture. I dumped my good old Pine and settled with a graphical client. Although, sometime I miss the simple, fast, text based interface, the new relationship is shaping up to be an exciting one. We have our bad times, but overall I am happy with the switch.
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Install everywhere?
by Bram! on Fri 30th Jul 2004 10:30 UTC

You could install thunderbird on a USB Memory stick and make sure your profile data is there too and run it from the stick. (See http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?t=81759 )

Or you could try to set up some kind of network drive where you locate your profile and configure each thunderbird installation from their. (Please note it's only a low priority for the devs to allow multiple thunderbird instances access the profile data simultaneously)