You could roll your own user profile workaround by making two shortcuts, one that has:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\eM Client\MailClient.exe" /dblocation C:\Data\person1
and another that has:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\eM Client\MailClient.exe" /dblocation C:\Data\person2
thanks for your quick respomse. the app with attached db location is working, but the next sideeffekt was not long waiting
i’ve connected my nextcloud account into em Client, but the shared addressbooks are not completly shown in em Client. there is a big difference between the real nextcloud contacts and the shown in em Client.
I’m useing nextcloud 21.0.2 with em Client 8.2.1473
Any idea, what’s wrong ?
So the dual profile thing (two separate databases) is working. That’s good.
As for NextCloud, I’m sorry. I know nothing about it. In fact, just heard the name for the first time from you.
My suggestion is to post another topic with NextCloud in the title and explain the problem again. That way, someone who knows more about NextCloud will see it, and hopefully be able to help.
I agree with Jay and Gary to setup another user Windows or Mac profile. Makes life easy & works.
Ps I prefer doing it this way too as per stops other family peeps looking at my stuff in my profile.
sorry for my delay, but the client is only for the adult people in the family and not for kids usage
Now i came back and orderd emClient to migrade from thinderbird to emClient.