Icedove seems to not support Signature any more, used to but . . .

John Vivirito gnomefreak at
Tue May 19 12:26:24 BST 2009

On 05/19/2009 06:06 AM, Pete Theisen wrote:
> Hi Mozilla Team!
> I used Thunderbird for years on Mepis and I have thousands of saved
> emails. I recently moved to Debian 5 and I am trying to use Icedove.
> If Thunderbird would install on Debian I would use it. T-bird
> downloads, but won't install. This is the same machine that ran T-bird
> on Mepis (and Gentoo) for a long time.
> A few days ago I was doing fine with Icedove, but I had to repartition
> the drive and reinstall everything because the root partition was too
> small. Now the signature option is grayed out. I have the signature
> file in /home/pete where it has always been but Icedove doesn't see it
> any more since the reinstall. How's that for a head scratcher?
> It is a royal pain to be without my preformatted signature, fancier
> than this. (attached)
> Regards,
> Pete
Icedove and thunderbird should be exactly the same other than the branding
at least all other ice* packages are . The maintainer might have through
a few patches in.

Sincerely Yours,
    John Vivirito
Linux User# 414246

"How can i get lost, if i have no where to go"
    -- Metallica from Unforgiven III

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