Make Thunderbird 3 look & act like Thunderbird 2

Backup for me from http://getsatisfaction.com/mozilla_messaging/topics/make_thunderbird_3_look_act_like_thunderbird_2:

Here are some tips for making TB3 look & act like TB2:

(1) Switch to "All Folders" view. Use the little left and right arrows in the header bar at the top of the folder tree pane. Or go to Help --> Migration Assistant and then select 'use "all folders" mode'.

(2) Switch to the old, familiar toolbar. Go to Help --> Migration Assistant and then select "use original toolbar".

(3) Turn off indexing. Go to Tools --> Options --> Advanced --> General (tab) and uncheck the "Enable Global Search and Indexer" box.

(4) Open messages in new window (not a tab). Go to Tools --> Options --> Advanced --> Reading & Display (tab). Change the "Open messages in:" selection to "A new message window".

(5) Hide tabs when there is only 1. Go to Tools --> Options --> Advanced --> General (tab) and click the "Config Editor..." button. If a cautionary dialog box pops up then click the "I'll be careful, I promise!" button. Start typing in the filter line of the small window that opens. Type "mail.tabs.autoHide". You will see a seeting with this preference name in the list below. Double click it to change it to "true".

Doing both (4) and (5) will (mostly) turn off tabs.

VMware ESX cmd-Line reference

Get CDP Neighbor info (http://communities.vmware.com/thread/153320):

esxcfg-info -n | less

NIC Teaming for Cisco Switches:

On ESX set “Route based on ip hash” (http://blog.scottlowe.org/2008/09/05/setting-vmware-esx-vswitch-load-balancing-policy-via-cli/):

vmware-vim-cmd /hostsvc/net/vswitch_setpolicy --nicteaming-policy=loadbalance_ip vSwitch1

Add nic to Team:
esxcfg-vswitch -L vmnic1 vSwitch1