Moving the location of the email storage on Win 2000?

Discussion in 'Firefox' started by John Bowling, Aug 7, 2004.

  1. John Bowling

    John Bowling Guest

    It is, by default, at
    C:/Documents and Settings/username/Application
    Data/Mozilla/Profiles/default/unique.sti/Mail/.../...

    Because this causes the C: partition to fill up quickly when there are
    lots of saved emails with attachments, I need to put the Mozilla Mail
    directory on another drive or partition. Outlook Express allowed me to
    move them (one of the few decent things it did). I can't find any way
    in Mozilla to set the location of the directory for the incoming/saved mail.

    Also, is there anyway to mark mail as unread?

    Anyone know how?

    Thanks, John
     
    John Bowling, Aug 7, 2004
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