D Bera wrote: >> > By the way, I definitely have /usr/lib/beagle/Backends in my system, >> and >> > contains: >> > >> > EvolutionBackends.dll ThunderbirdBackends.dll >> Thanks to your message I discovered what is going on. The Thunderbird >> backend is actually contained in the Debian package: >> beagle-backend-evolution. >> >> Of course, since I don't use evolution, I did not have this installed. I >> decided to install it. Unfortunately it installed a whole mess of >> dependencies including the evolution package itself. It's rather > > If it makes you feel better, you can copy > /usr/lib/beagle/Backends/ThunderbirdBackends.dll to somewhere else, > uninstall beagle-backend-evolution and related dependencies (if you > actually remember them) and then again copy back the dll as > ThunderbirdBackends.dll > This is a temporary work around; that dll file is all that beagle requires. > > - dBera > I thought about that after I posted the message. I tried it and it works fine. Thanks, Rick -- Rick's Law - What cannot be imagined will be accomplished by a fool.
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