D Bera wrote: > Hi Rick, > I dont use the Thunderbird backend but your problem could be due to > this issue mentioned in > http://mail.gnome.org/archives/dashboard-hackers/2006-August/msg00062.html > The patch mentioned has made its way into CVS, but after 0.2.8 > http://cvs.gnome.org/bonsai/cvsquery.cgi?branch=&dir=beagle&who=joeshaw&date=explicit&mindate=2006-08-22%2015:58&maxdate=2006-08-22%2016:00 > > > So, either you can wait for the next version, or build the CVS or > add/remove/edit some symlinks so that beagle-search finds the correct > executable. > HTH, > > - dBera I don't think that's the problem. beagle-search seems to be running the correct executable. In my case it's: thunderbird. When I double-click on an email entry in beagle-search, the Thunderbird app starts up (or, if already running, the Thunderbird window is brought to the top). The problem is that a thunderbird message window is not opened with the chosen email. Beagle-search doesn't seem to tell thunderbird which email should be displayed. Rick -- Rick's Law - What cannot be imagined will be accomplished by a fool.
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