How to Migrate your Thunderbird® from Windows® XP to Windows® 7?
Email Client: Thunderbird
If you have a back of Thunderbird emails and settings, follow these easy steps:
STEP 1. After the successful installation of Windows 7 operating system on your old or new PC,Â download the latest version of Thunderbird. Or, insert the CD into CD-ROM.
STEP 2. Click the Tools menu and select Account Settings. The Account Settings dialogue box will be displayed. Click the Add Account button to start configuring your account.
STEP 3. Next, enter your username and email address.
STEP 4. Click Next. Select the type of incoming email server, it may be either POP or IMAP. Then, enter the mail server name.
STEP 5. Click Next. Verify your setting and click on Finish button.
If you don't have a back up of Thunderbird emails and settings, you can avail iYogi's Premium, Professional or Advanced Migration tools to migrate your settings from Windows XP computer to Windows 7.
Some of the key features of Thunderbird:
- It offers a variety of ways for you to organize and display your folders.
- Allows you to “tag” messages with descriptors such as “To Do” or “Done” or even create your own tags that are specific to your needs.
- You can now quickly toggle between messages and folder views.
- Offers quick search, which starts showing search results as soon as you start typing in search terms.
iYogi offers robust Windows 7 migration utilities and support solutions, along with a comprehensive website at windows7.iyogi.com that is a ready-reference for anyone migrating to Windows 7 and provides a step-by-step guide to application migration.
If you need professional assistance with migrating to the latest operating system from Microsoft, call iYogi. iYogi certified tech experts can help you migrate your operating system, data and applications quickly and efficiently.
What’s the Issue: For migrating from Windows XP -- which is close to 70% of desktops today -- to Windows 7, consumers will require a 'clean' install of the new operating system. Users will need to migrate theirÂ Email clients such as Eudora, Thunderbird, Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express and others by following these easy steps.
Why Do It: Don’t lose your emails and settings on Thunderbird when you migrate from Windows XP to Windows 7 operating system.