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Status: New idea

I have several computers, each with its own iteration of Thunderbird. Just like Chrome and Firefox do for settings and favorites, why can't the address book in Thunderbird be synced so no matter which copy of Thunderbird I open and use, I will have access to all address book entries I've made across all iterations? This is the worst part of using Thunderbird, the frustration of not seeing addresses from another computer's Thunderbird. I really don't understand why this flaw is allowed to exist.

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Hi, I totally agree with Ponycarfan.  Although I have been a huge fan of TB for years, I now use eMclient for my email as it's Contacts stays synced with my Google contacts.  I regularly check on TB to see if things have improved with the address book, but end up reverting to eMclient.