Thunderbird 0.7 Released

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  • CeleronXT
    Senior Member
    • Mar 2002
    • 3217

    Originally posted by Chroder
    Not slow at all, in fact it's really really really fast for me.
    It apparently requires a lot of RAM. I had it running just fine when I had 1 GB of RAM, but now I have 256 MB and it's slow. Very, very slow.
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    • Scott MacVicar
      Former vBulletin Developer
      • Dec 2000
      • 13286

      Originally posted by merk
      I am yet to upgrade.

      Is it possible to upgrade and keep everything? There is a pretty significant message on the installer that says DELETE 0.6 first.

      How do you deal with it? I couldnt find anything on the thunderbird site about upgrading
      Data is held in the Application Data folder

      c:\Documents and Settings\username\Application Data\

      Its talking about removing the folder the program is installed in or at least renaming it to thunderbird_bak. They made the new release static and if it finds dlls in its folder then it uses them rather than the dlls contained within the executable so you end up with errors.
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