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If I open Thunderbird and call up my address book, the address book left hand folder pane will only show the « Mac OS X Address book » I know that my « Personal address book » and « Collected addresses » are there because if, in Terminal, I enter : <…/Applications/Thunderbird.app/Contents/MacOS/thunderbird-bin –addressbook> the address book loads and the folder pane then shows all three. It’s probably that I have to click somewhere that I’ve missed ☺ Can anyone tell me how to get all three books to show in the folder pane?

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Tbird 17.0 Mac OS X Mountain Lion

asked Dec 06 '12 at 15:15

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So several months later I found the answer.

ADDRESS BOOK DISAPPEARS THUNDERBIRD

1 Go to Help -> Restart with Add-ons disabled. 2 A window will pop up asking you if you want to disable all add-ons. Say yes because you need the next window. Don't worry, there is another chance to not actually disable your add-ons because... 3 Another window will pop up with an option to reset toolbars. 4 CHECK ONLY THAT OPTION 5 Then click the Restart button.

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answered Feb 18 '13 at 03:31

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Awesome solution @aitchb thank you!

(Feb 20 '13 at 13:37) Steve Steve's gravatar image
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My pleasure: because I found it myself and that you like it too. :-)

(Feb 20 '13 at 15:33) AitchB AitchB's gravatar image
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