Start Page for mail

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This article applies to Thunderbird and to SeaMonkey Mail.

Thunderbird or SeaMonkey Mail can display a designated Start Page in the preview pane when starting up.

This setting corresponds to the about:config entries mailnews.start_page.enabled and mailnews.start_page.url.

Turning off the Start Page display

In Thunderbird: go to "Tools -> Options -> General", and then in the section labeled "Thunderbird Start Page" uncheck the box for "When Thunderbird launches, show the Start Page in the message area."

In SeaMonkey: go to "Edit -> Preferences -> Mail & Newsgroups", and then in the section labeled "Mail Start Page" uncheck the box for "When Mail launches, show the Start Page in the message area."

Changing the Start Page

Instead of displaying the default Start Page, you can instead have Thunderbird or Mozilla Suite display your own custom-made start page, such as an HTML file or JPG image.

In Thunderbird: go to "Tools -> Options -> General" and check the box for "When Thunderbird launches, show the Start Page in the message area." Then, in the "Location" dropdown, select the page you wish to display.

In SeaMonkey: go to "Edit -> Preferences -> Mail & Newsgroups" and check the box for "When Mail launches, show the Start Page in the message area." Then, in the "Location" box, enter the correct location for the file you want to use as the Start Page.

It is crucial that you correctly specify the location of the file you want to use for the Start Page, and the syntax may be different from what you are familiar with. For instance, in Windows, if your Start Page file is located at C:\Documents and Settings\myusername\StartPage.html, you need to enter this in the "Location" box as file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/myusername/StartPage.html. You should be able to get the correct syntax for the file location by entering file: in the Location Bar in Firefox or SeaMonkey, browsing to the file, and then copying the file location from the Location bar.

The built-in start page

Thunderbird's and SeaMonkey's built-in start page is: chrome://messenger/content/start.xhtml

The default start page is a web page that depends on the language version of the program. For example: http://en-us.www.mozilla.com/en-US/thunderbird/2.0.0.0/start/

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