Firstly we need to export Gmail address book from Gmail (you can searcheasily how to do it or click HERE ). Ok. Run Thunderbird, go to Tool>Open Address Book (Ctrl+Shift+B), Tool>Import. Then check on Adress Books radio button, next. As you will see, the “Adress Book Fields” and the “Record data to import” are not match! At the first time, I did not pay attention to that so the Address Book of Thunderbird is not totally correct.
So one thing you should do is that we have to move up (//down) the Address Book Fields on the left to match with the “Record data to import”. There are two important fields we need to adjust correctly: Primary Email-Email Address; Second Email Address – Email 2 address (see the image)
Tech April 14th, 2010
I have just installed Open Box for my Gnome running Ubuntu 10.04 beta2 Lucid. It is interesting. After logged in, I waited about 2 minutes with the black screen to expect something else happens lol. You know, I tried testing left and right click everywhere on the black screen to hope to get something. And it is Open Box: just the black screen and a right click menu (latter I know it is called the root menu).
In this post I will just show you the way I add more application shortcuts to the root menu.
Edit the right click menu (root menu)(Sorry there is NO space in the command, there are some security issues with my WP, if I write the correct command (no space), the post will not be saved! so you may have to type it manually):
cp / etc / xdg / openbox / menu.xml ~ / .config / openbox / menu.xml
Then just open ~ / .config / openbox / menu.xml and edit the .xml with you favorite editor. It is easy to understand the menu structure and add more shortcuts here.
In fact, you just need to copy add paste more <item></item> tag like other shortcuts there, then edit 2 places give it a name to the item label, for ex item label=”Thunar File Manager”, and execute, for ex <execute>thunar</execute>.
I like using thunar as my File Manager in Open Box, so I install thunar and make a shortcut for it to the root menu. (Install thunar: sudo apt-get install thunar)
After finished, save your .xml file, right click on the black screen, select Reconfigure to apply changes you have just made for OpenBox. Here is my Menu.xml file
PS: 1- You can also read this post on my Google docs (publicly viewable)