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    يكي از محصولات خانواده موزيلا( Mozilla ) و يك برنامه پست الكترونيكي رايگان است كه كاربر را در ارسال و دريافت نامه هاي الكترونيكي، دسترسي و مشاركت در گروههاي خبري، دسترسي سريعتر به آدرسها توسط دفترچه آدرسها، و جلوگيري از هرزنامه ( Junk Emails ) كمك ميكند و رابط ساده و دوست داشتني آن و مجموعه امكانات در نظر گرفته شده در اين برنامه همگي باعث شده تا كاربران فعلي برنامه هاي رقيب، كه عمده ترين آن Outlook Express است به سمت استفاده از اين برنامه ترغيب شوند. اين مقاله آموزشي، راهنمايي است سريع براي كاربراني كه قصد مهاجرت از برنامه هاي ديگر ( Outlook Express ، Eudora ، Communicator ) بخصوص Outlook Express را دارند هرچند براي كاربران جديد نيز ميتواند سودمند و آموزنده باشد.

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    تنظمیات حساب کاربری شما در Gmail جی میل در برنامه Thunderbird

    ابتدا باید با مراجعه به حساب Gmail خود گزینه POP3 را فعال کنید:


    Log in to your Gmail account.
    Click 'Settings' at the top of any Gmail page.
    Click 'Forwarding and POP' in the orange 'Mail Settings' box



    Select 'Enable POP for all mail' or 'Enable POP for mail that arrives from now on
    Choose the action you'd like your Gmail messages to take after they are accessed with POP

    Open Thunderbird, and select 'Account Settings...' from the 'Tools' menu.



    Select 'Email account,' and click 'Next.'



    Enter your full name in the 'Your Name:' field. Enter your full Gmail email address (username@gmail.com) in the 'Email Address:' field, and click 'Next.'



    Select 'POP' as the type of incoming server you are using. Enter 'pop.gmail.com' in the 'Incoming Server:' field, and click 'Next.'



    Enter your Gmail username (including '@gmail.com') in the 'User Name:' field, and click 'Next.'



    Enter a name for your email account in the 'Account Name:' field, and click 'Next.'



    Verify your account information in the dialogue box, and click 'Finish.'
    Select 'Server Settings' listed beneath your new account.
    Check the box next to 'Use secure connection (SSL),' and ensure that '995' appears in the 'Port:' field.



    Select 'Outgoing Server (SMTP)' listed beneath your new account.
    Enter 'smtp.gmail.com' in the 'Server Name:' field under 'Outgoing Server (SMTP) Settings,' and enter '587' in the 'Port:' field.



    Check the box next to 'Use name and password,' and enter your Gmail username (including '@gmail.com') in the 'User Name:' field.
    Select 'TLS' under 'Use secure connection,' and click 'OK.'
    Verify that the information listed under 'Congratulations!' is correct, and click 'Finish.'





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    Hopefully, at this point you will have Thunderbird up and running. As the next step in the process you will need to get familiar with the program. An introduction to Thunderbird part 2 will evolve around basic buttons/options and how to read mail.
    A short explanation of the options you got on the hot-bar:

    Get Mail:




    The get mail button will connect your Thunderbird client to your mail server and look for new messages. In the bottom left corner you will get a message if you have new email.
    Write:




    The write button opens a new window, where you can write your mail, edit attachments and send it.
    Address Book:




    Pressing the address book button will also open a new window, you will now be able to see which mail address you currently got, you can also add new cards, send a instant message or chat with someone who is in your address book, I will elaborate on the address book in part 4.
    Reply:




    The reply button will open and new window, including the text from the mail highlighted in your inbox.
    Reply all:




    Will include all recipients of the email replied to, i.e. everybody listed in the To or Copy field will receive the reply.
    Forward:




    The forward button opens a new window, with the highlighted message either as an attachment, or inlined (included as text) in the new message.
    Delete:




    The delete button will delete the highlighted mail message, if you're a fan of the keyboard the delete button has the same function.
    Junk:




    The junk button will mark the highlighted message as junk (AKA spam).
    Print:




    The print button will print the highlighted message.
    Stop:




    The stop button will abort the current event, useful for example if you want to abort sending a big message, or stop downloading thousands of messages from newsgroups.
    How to read mail:

    When opening your Thunderbird client it will automatically connect to mail server and look for new mail, these mails will then be downloaded to your domestic inbox, viewed as a subfolder of your email address on the left. Click on the inbox and your mail messages will show to the right.

    Having Thunderbird up and idle, you need to press the Get mail button to make the client check for new messages, unless you've told Thunderbird to check for messages automatically (this is possible under Tools -> Account settings).

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    Well, you should now be able to receive mail, in this part of the introduction i will try to show you how to write/send mail and attach a signature. Functions that add a nice touch to your mailing skills. :)
    How to make a signature:

    Open your notepad or any text editing program, any will do, just remember to save the file as plain text. It's up to you what you want in your signature, however, I would suggest you add your name and how you can be reached. A link to your personal and/or business webpage can also be added. Save your signature as a text file wherever you like.
    How to attach a signature:


    Open your Thunderbird, go to Tools-->Settings.




    • Highlight your mail address on the left hand side.
    • Check the box which says "Attach this signature".
    • With the browse button to the right, locate your signature.txt.
    • Press ok.

    There, easy? Send a mail to yourself to see the result, if you don't like it you can always edit the text file.
    How to write/send mail:


    In this part of the introduction I will only show you how to send a mail, address book and other more "advanced" functions will come in part 4.
    You got two options, either use the button on the hotbar, or press "Write new message", this will open a new window, where you can edit your mail and send it.
    As you see, my signature is already added in the bottom, all I have to do is add the message I want to send. For anyone to receive your mail message you need to fill in a mail address, this is done in the "to" field, just click on it and a cursor will appear to show you that you're in the right field.

    In the "subject field" add a topic of your mail message, if you don't specify a subject (you don't have to) you will be asked to do so before the mail message is sent.

    Press send :)

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    Once in a while, you may need to attach a file to your email message. Part 4 will mainly revolve around editing attachments and what buttons you got on the hotbar in the address book. By now you should be able to navigate fairly well in the Thunderbird user interface, so I'm going to give a few more pointers in this part than the previous :)
    How to edit attachments:


    The first thing you need to do is open a new message.







    Having done that, you need to press the attachment button, right next to the attachment button is there also an arrow; you've got 2 choices, either attach a file or a web address. Click on the attachment button, and a window for browsing your folders will appear for your hard drive.




    Locate the file you want to attach from your local directory, and press open. Your mail message has now a file attached. If you want to add more attachments to the same email simply repeat the process. If you want to attach a web page, simply choose "Attach web page" and fill in the URL.



    A short explanation on the address book hotbar:

    New card:





    This button will allow you to create a new card in your address book, a new card can be a contact person, business relations etc.
    New list:





    This button will open a window where you can create and/or edit an existing mailing list.
    Properties:





    Let you edit the highlighted card in your address
    Write:





    Will open a new window for writing a message, to the person highlighted in the address book.
    IM:





    Chat function, this is not functional yet.
    Delete:





    The delete button will delete the highlighted card from your address book.

    Hope you have enjoyed this part as much as I enjoyed writing it :)

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    One of the best features about Thunderbird is the spam (junk) mail filter. Thunderbird has a built-in filter which can be adjusted and tuned in for your own pleasure. You may need to spend a week or two training it what's spam and what's not spam, but it will be worth it. :)

    The first you need to do is localize the settings panel for the spam filter, if you go Tools > Junk Mail Control you should get this window:









    In the top of the first screenshot you can choose which account these settings will apply for, as some accounts require their own filter settings. In the second screenshot above you see the junk controls are turned off by default, so the first thing you want to do is check the box which says "Enable junk mail controls."
    The junk button




    Now, Thunderbird uses something called "Bayesian filtering", in other words you need to teach the mail client what is spam, and what isn't. You can either highlight a mail message and press the junk button, or you can right click on a mail and mark as "Junk" or "Not junk". By checking and unchecking mail you're teaching Thunderbird which emails are spam. After a few weeks the client should be able to remove 99%+ of the spam that dumps into your inbox.
    Images


    Another trick for preventing spam is to disable remote images from loading. This ensures spammers cannot embed secret images in their e-mail and track you when you open them. Go to Edit > Options > Advanced (for some this might be Tools > Options > Advanced) and disable "Loading of remote images", this will help alleviate your "Spam problem." :)



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    Importing e-mail and addresses


    Changing to a new mail client doesn't have to be difficult, as long as you have a proper guide to help you. :) In this part of the introduction I will try to show you how to import and migrate all your information from your old mail client. Clients I will talk about are Outlook, Netscape and Eudora. Big topic, so buckle up. :)

    If you go to Tools > Import, you will get this window, here you have 3 choices, I'll talk about two of them, importing email and address books.
    Importing mail






    Now, the first I will do is import mail from my other account, I check the box which says mail, then press next.





    Depending on which client you used before switching to Thunderbird, you check the box, I will for this example use Eudora, press next.





    As you see, you will get a notification of what Thunderbird has imported from your other mail client, the last step to finish the import is to press the "Finish" button. :)





    As you see, I've highlighted my folder for imported mail. Thunderbird will make a sub folder in your local folders, so your mail doesn't get mixed up with other mail. To import mail from another client simply repeat the procedure. Now, was that difficult?
    Importing address book






    Importing your address book is a must for many, to import your address-book from the other client, check for address book and press next.





    Choose what client you want to import from and press next, I will use Outlook Express in this example.





    Once again you get a notification of what action Thunderbird has done, this message will vary depending on what type of address book you have imported.





    Opening your address book, you will see Thunderbird has added the imported book to the list of addresses.

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    Before I start this part of the Thunderbird series, I would like to apologize for not being able to answer all the questions coming to my inbox. :) I appreciate all the positive feedback, and I will try to answer as soon as possible. Regardless, some of the issues will be coming shortly in a future part of this series.
    Filters, sorting your emails to different folders


    Having a big flow of e-mail's dropping in your inbox can be time consuming to read, to deal with this and save yourself some time, and be able to read the right e-mails first, you might want to add a filter so Thunderbird can place the different mails in different folders. In this article I will try to show you how to make such a filter.

    First thing you need to do is create a new folder, I will use the folder "Sales" as the target mail folder.




    As you see I've highlighted "Local Folders", right click in "Folders" menu and choose "New folder", you will now get this window:




    Name your folder (I used "Sales", choose whatever you like), choose where it should be located and press "OK".




    If things are done right, you should now have a new subfolder under "Local folders". You can also choose to make a new folder during the setup of making a filter, I found it more easy to make the folder first.




    Go Tools > Message Filters and you will get this window, to make a new filter press "New". As you see from the screenshot you can choose which account this filter will apply for. Pressing "New", you will get this window:




    First you want to give the new filter a name, I use "Sales" for this example. Now, the settings are the real limit for what you want here. The best way is to explore a bit on your own for what settings you want. I made a filter which filters mail with comes to the mail address "sales@nidelven-it.no", and place them in the folder "Sales". As you see from the screenshot you can make a new folder here too, if you want. When you are done, press "OK", and you'll get this window:



    You now have a new filter :) You can change the settings/add/remove/disable/enable filters as you like. Play a little, explore.

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    Newsgroups


    I've got a lot of questions about when/if Thunderbird will have a newsgroup option, the answer is simple, it's already there. :) In this article i will try to show you how to set up such an account.



    First, go Tools > Account Settings > Add Account..., and you will get this window:



    Choose "Newsgroup" and press "Finish"



    Fill in your e-mail address and the name you want displayed, when this is done press "next".



    Now you need to fill in the news server, now I don't know which one you want to use for this account, however, I'm going to use "news.mozilla.org".



    Name this newsgroup, choose whatever you like, I'm going to use "news.mozilla.org" for this example.



    Check your input, verify it by pressing "Finish". :)



    You should now have a new folder under Local folders named "news.mozilla.org", highlight and rightclick on the folder and choose "subscribe". Now it's really up to you what you want. :) Double click, or highlight and press "Subscribe" to activate.


    Adjust and choose what suits you. Ready to go.

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    Thunderbird and themes


    From one time to another you can grow tired of looking at the same theme all the time, by "theme" I mean the the look of the user interface. If you do grow tired of the theme, there is something you can do about it, throughout this article I will try to show you how you can swap the looks on the Mozilla Thunderbird interface.

    Start up the Thunderbird client, head to Tools > Themes, if you navigated correctly, you should be looking at this window:



    In the bottom right corner of the window you have a hyperlink which says "Get new themes"; press it. Thunderbird will now open the link using your default browser, and you are directed to the Themes download page. Download the theme you want to try, remember it's really not a hassle to remove it if you don't want it. When you have downloaded the new theme, go back to Thunderbird, Tools > Themes. In the bottom right corner of the window you have a button named "Install New Theme", press it. Locate your downloaded file and press "OK".




    Press "OK". You will now have to close Thunderbird and start it again, if you have done the process correctly your Thunderbird should now have a completely new look, check out the one I tested:








    There you go, almost like a whole new application. :) As you download new themes you can chose a new one whenever you feel like it. All you have to do is go Tools > Themes and choose one of the other themes. Bon apetite!

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    Question نصب تم در برنامه Thunderbird

    با سلام خدمت دوستان عزیز :icon_pf (17):
    من در نصب تم برای برنامه تاندربیرد(Thunderbird) مشکل دارم.
    یعنی بعد از اینکه به قسمت تولز وسپس تم رفتم وبعد از آنکه تم مورد نظر را انتخاب کردم
    در ادامه شروع به دانلود تم مورد نظر می کند اما در اتمام دانلود این ارور را می دهد:

    Mostly Crystal 1.5.0.16 couldnot bei installed it is not comatible with Firefox
    لطفا مرا راهنمائی فرمائید با سپاس فراوان:icon_pf (4):

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    نقل قول:
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    سلام
    این مشکل میتونه از ورژن Thunderbird که استفاده میکنید باشه و تمی که انتخاب کردید یا از ورژن فعلی پایین تره یا بالاتر و مشکل پیش میاد
    الان آخرین ورژن این برنامه 1.5.0.5 هست
    شما با آخرین ورژن یا تمی رو که با ورژن Thunderbird یکی هست رو امتحان کنید.
    آخرین ورژن Thunderbird هم
    Link URL:
    لینک و متن درون کدها فقط برای کسانی که ثبت نام کرده اند قابل مشاهده است لطفا وارد شوید OR ثبت نام کنید.
    معرفی شده.
    Link URL:
    لینک و متن درون کدها فقط برای کسانی که ثبت نام کرده اند قابل مشاهده است لطفا وارد شوید OR ثبت نام کنید.

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    به به من كه كاملا فهميدم... آخه زبانم فوله(تركي):icon_pf:

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