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Thread: Thank you and I've question about Thunderbird conversion?

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    Smile Thank you and I've question about Thunderbird conversion?

    At 70 years, I've bought my first cell phone, A lot to learn and I'll sit back and learn: however I need to know if I can import Thunderbird into which email client?? Thank you for you offer of assistance.

    Bob, residing in the Arkansas Ozarks
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    Hi Bob, welcome! Congrats on your first phone! Did you end up getting an S3?

    I must confess I did not know what Thunderbird email was. I did a search for it on the app store and found an application called "blue mail". It appears to be an email app that can combine all of your email accounts into one. I'm not sure if that is what you are looking for.

    Good to have you here!

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    A long time ago I used Thunderbird. It's a Mozilla product. If you have it set up to keep your emails on your computer, then I'm not sure that there is a way to get them on to your phone. If instead, Thunderbird just accesses your email server, and the emails live on the server, the your phone will retrieve them just fine. Just open the email app your phone and put in your email info.
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    I'm very late in viewing your reply, thank you. I believe this will work just find, to receive e-mail. Contact/email addresses stored etc well I don't know. A start and thank you once more.
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    If you are going to own Android phones, then I would suggest taking the time to add your contact phone numbers and emails to the Android contact app or using your PC to log into Gmail and do it using your Gmail account. Each new Android phone you buy will ask you to log on with your Gmail. It will the automatically pull in all your contacts. I did this year's ago and have had many, many phones. Contacts always populate as soon as I sign in. Good luck.
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