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As far as I can tell, the only way my instructions would not work as described would be if they would not work for Win10. I don't recall which TB I am using, but I am using Win7 and Jaws 18. Any time I want to check something about an email that is already in the trash folder, I go to the trash folder and do as I described. I can then pull up files/emails in this case, using key words, groups, senders, etc.
Perhaps there has been a miscommunication.
On 3/3/2019 6:20 AM, Gerald Levy wrote:
This is incorrect. The Shift-Control-K command is for performing a web search within Thunderbird, not for searching for specific messages within a particular folder. The correct command for searching for messages within a folder is Shift-Control-F, which will bring up a dialog where you can specify your search criteria.
On 3/3/2019 2:08 AM, Nancy Hill wrote:
Troy,Go to your Trash folder.
Press control, Shift and K
type in search word/words
Arrow up/down to find search item
On 3/2/2019 7:57 PM, Troy Burnham wrote:
How do I do a search of my trash folder in thunderbird? I have some mail that I inadvertently sent to my trash that I want to find, and I'll be searching for words in the subject line. Btw these messages are from a few days ago so it's not as easy as just going to the bottom of the folder.