Mumia W. (using mozilla | 1 Oct 21:53 2006
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Does Mozilla.org make money when I search yahoo?

I know that Mozilla.org makes money when I search Google using the 
search bar.

Does Mozilla.org make money when I search Yahoo using the search bar?

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David McRitchie | 2 Oct 20:36 2006
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Re: Does Mozilla.org make money when I search yahoo?

"Mumia W. (using mozilla)" <paduille.4058.mumia.w <at> ... wrote......
> I know that Mozilla.org makes money when I search Google using the
> search bar.
>
> Does Mozilla.org make money when I search Yahoo using the search bar?
>

Hi Mumia,
Not really the answer you are looking for, but ...

Don't know about you,  but one of the big  reasons to use Firefox
is to avoid ads, especially third party ads which  really leave you
vulnerable to security problems, since many companies think they can
write nice privacy policies it they have somebody else do their snooping..
 1)  "Adblock"   or "Adblock Plus"  Extension  typical suggested lists
      will effectively block  yahoo ads.
 2)  "Customize Google"
 3)  "Platypus" and "GreaseMonkey"  for frequently visited sites
 4)  hosts  file, whether Windows or Linux,  but keep the list small; otherwise,
      you may really slow your system.

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diederickh | 3 Oct 11:33 2006
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Thunderbird create email account by script

Hi all,

...(not sure if this is the correct group)....

I'm searching for a way to automatically install an email account in
Thunderbird
using a script. A while ago I found something similar, but can't find
it anymore :-(.

Anyone who can help me with this?

gr. Roxlu
Daniel | 3 Oct 15:19 2006
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Re: Thunderbird create email account by script

diederickh <at> gmail.com wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> ....(not sure if this is the correct group)....
> 
> I'm searching for a way to automatically install an email account in
> Thunderbird
> using a script. A while ago I found something similar, but can't find
> it anymore :-(.
> 
> Anyone who can help me with this?
> 
> gr. Roxlu
> 

perhaps a better place to ask would be the TB group, also on this server 
and something like mozilla.support.thunderbird .

Daniel
Mumia W. (using mozilla | 4 Oct 05:48 2006
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Re: Slightly OT was: Re: IMAP questions

On 10/03/2006 08:56 PM, Chris Jahn wrote:
> "Phillip M. Jones, C.E.T" <pjones <at> kimbanet.com> wrote in 
> news:vLedneQGYoH6AL_YnZ2dnUVZ_s6dnZ2d <at> mozilla.org:
> 
>> Your obviously not using TB or SM to read your post.
> 
> Obviously.  I do not feel either is an adequate newsreader for my 
> needs.  [...]

Obviously, people don't want to properly flag off-topic threads as such. 
/Please/ everyone, use "[OT]" in the subject line to flag off-topic 
messages. The subject of this message should read like this:

Re: Slightly [OT] was: Re: IMAP questions

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John McWilliams | 4 Oct 06:30 2006
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[OT] Slightly OT was: Re: IMAP questions

Mumia W. (using mozilla) wrote:
> On 10/03/2006 08:56 PM, Chris Jahn wrote:
>> "Phillip M. Jones, C.E.T" <pjones <at> kimbanet.com> wrote in 
>> news:vLedneQGYoH6AL_YnZ2dnUVZ_s6dnZ2d <at> mozilla.org:
>>
>>> Your obviously not using TB or SM to read your post.
>>
>> Obviously.  I do not feel either is an adequate newsreader for my 
>> needs.  [...]
> 
> Obviously, people don't want to properly flag off-topic threads as such. 
> /Please/ everyone, use "[OT]" in the subject line to flag off-topic 
> messages. The subject of this message should read like this:
> 
> Re: Slightly [OT] was: Re: IMAP questions
> 
Actually, the designation should be first, as in new Subject Line.

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»Q« | 4 Oct 23:20 2006
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Re: How to lock thunderbird?

Andrew DeFaria <Andrew <at> DeFaria.com> wrote in
<news:RN6dnfu1jqYalLnYnZ2dnUVZ_s6dnZ2d <at> mozilla.org>:

> »Q« wrote:
>> Andrew DeFaria <Andrew <at> DeFaria.com> wrote in
>> <news:Z9ydnYmzhNLXq77YnZ2dnUVZ_s6dnZ2d <at> mozilla.org>:
>>> However some may ask the question of, if you don't use TB then
>>> why are you here? Sorta like going to a rock concert when you
>>> hate rock & roll and prefer classical...
>>
>> It's not at all like going to concerts I hate; could you explain
>> what about it made you think so?
>
> It follows for me. OK so you don't like that analogy. How about
> members from the Ford Mustang Car Club infiltrating the Corvette
> Club? Sure it could happen. But most people into one thing don't
> actively seek out a competitor's "club". YMMV.

I see Thunderbird as a competitor only to Outlook Express, and I
don't tend to think of their support groups as "clubs".

>> Probably most of the people using different clients to read this
>> group are using Thunderbird only for mail.
>
> Perhaps... Their lose...

Well, now that you have pointed out that they maybe be
"infiltrators" from some rival group, I will try to be more careful.

>>>>> There's no "eat your own dogfood here". It's neither my
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jules odem | 7 Oct 16:54 2006
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hello

dont understand this crap

test.test.test :)
Brian J. Graham | 8 Oct 05:28 2006
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Re: hello

jules odem wrote:
> dont understand this crap
> 
> test.test.test :)

please test in mozilla.test ...and watch your language in posts!

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Amanda McHugh | 12 Oct 15:52 2006

hello

I'm sending an e-mail because it is part of Lab 4 on page 184 in my 
Firefox book.

Amanda

Gmane