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Tbird (mozilla-build) just updated to 78. How do I get back to 68?

Since the update about 12 hours ago, I can't use: Calendar (the "Provider for Google Calendar" addin has apparently loaded OK, buy all my calendars appear empty and the… (læs mere)

Since the update about 12 hours ago, I can't use:

  • Calendar (the "Provider for Google Calendar" addin has apparently loaded OK, buy all my calendars appear empty and their properties pages are all grayed out)
  • Cardboook ("Incompatible with Thunderbird 78.0")
  • some tab is just "Loading..." Unclear what it is from position on the tab bar, or why.

etc and my profile has apparently been updated to a new format which is incompatible with the v68 I was using immediately prior.

So I am not feeling very good today. The update just appeared in my ordinary list of mostly security updates and gave no indication it was a major, breaking upgrade.

Please, tell me how I can convert my profile back to 68 format so I can revert to software which met my needs?

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Thunderbird delays saving attachment until exiting

Hello! Whenever I save an attachment, the file does not appear to be saved. It only shows up after I exit Thunderbird. I've also notice it is working slower, as any new w… (læs mere)

Hello!

Whenever I save an attachment, the file does not appear to be saved. It only shows up after I exit Thunderbird.

I've also notice it is working slower, as any new window will appear black for about one second, and only then show its content.

Using 68.8.0 (64-bit) on Debian.

Any ideias, suggestions or hints to what I might look for?

Thanks,

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Have updated Thundrbird but my profile, folders, emails, address book all seem to have disappeared - how do I restore them?

I have run Thunderbird on Linux Mint for some years with no problem. Currently running Mint 18 and, with other updates in my Update Manager, have just updated Thunderbir… (læs mere)

I have run Thunderbird on Linux Mint for some years with no problem. Currently running Mint 18 and, with other updates in my Update Manager, have just updated Thunderbird to 68.7.0 but everything has disappeared. Hopefully it is still there on my hard drive but I need to get Thunderbird back up and running correctly as there is important information I need there.

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How to safely remove older version of Thunderbird, and set latest version as default.

I currently have both version 68.7 and version 68.3 installed on my computer (Ubuntu 19.04). I can access the newer version from the executable in the installation direct… (læs mere)

I currently have both version 68.7 and version 68.3 installed on my computer (Ubuntu 19.04). I can access the newer version from the executable in the installation directory saved to to my home directory. But, all other executables seem to point to the older version, which is a problem because trying to run the older version forces you to create a new default profile, which will then override the default profile in version 68.7, as seen in the screenshotted prompt below. So, how can I make all executable files point to only the latest installation/profile?

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No calendar in thunderbird 60.6.1

Hi, My thunderbird was updated to 60.6.1, and there is no calendar (did not appear in the right hand side, and in the View menu it is disabled). According to https://deve… (læs mere)

Hi,

My thunderbird was updated to 60.6.1, and there is no calendar (did not appear in the right hand side, and in the View menu it is disabled).

According to https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Calendar/Calendar_Versions lightning version 6.2.6.1 should be installed for thunderbird 60.6.1, checked, I have that lightning version.

Also my "Exchange Calendar" version is the latest available v5.0.0-alpha3 (https://github.com/ExchangeCalendar/exchangecalendar/releases). This worked so far for Office 365 (can't tell my previous thunderbird version though).

I tried to start thunderbird from terminal, then I saw some messages about lightning, please see below (why cannot I attach logs?).

I tried to downgrade thunderbird to 60.5.3, but then I could not download the compatible Lightning addon 6.2.5.3, just found 6.2.5 (https://addons.thunderbird.net/en-US/thunderbird/addon/lightning/versions/), did not work.

Back to thunderbird 60.6.1 (and lightning 6.2.6.1) I tried the "addon reset ceremony" (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/calendar-updates-issues-thunderbird) 2 times to no avail.

I use Manjaro Linux (based on Arch Linux) and thunderbird was installed by distro package + installed the addons manually.

avangel@manjaro:~$ thunderbird [calBackendLoader] Using Thunderbird's builtin libical backend

(thunderbird:10324): Gtk-WARNING **: 10:41:18.262: Theme parsing error: <data>:1:34: Expected ')' in color definition

(thunderbird:10324): Gtk-WARNING **: 10:41:18.262: Theme parsing error: <data>:1:77: Expected ')' in color definition EwsTagging(exception) 2 :TypeError: nounDef is undefined -- Exception object --

-- Stack Trace -- gloda_ns_newQuery@resource:///modules/gloda/gloda.js:1880:5 ContactIdentityCompleter@jar:file:///usr/lib/thunderbird/omni.ja!/components/glautocomp.js:176:22 nsAutoCompleteGloda@jar:file:///usr/lib/thunderbird/omni.ja!/components/glautocomp.js:491:26 createInstance@resource://gre/modules/XPCOMUtils.jsm:511:19 glodaSearch_XBL_Constructor@chrome://messenger/content/search.xml:71:13 JavaScript error: resource:///modules/gloda/gloda.js, line 1706: TypeError: aAttrDef.objectNounDef is undefined progress_panel console.warn: Lightning: No unique email address for lookup! console.warn: Lightning: No unique email address for lookup! console.warn: Lightning: Parsing failed for parts of the item (while this is considered to be a minor issue, we continue processing the item): BEGIN:VCALENDAR METHOD:REPLY PRODID:Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 VERSION:2.0 BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Central Europe Standard Time BEGIN:STANDARD DTSTART:16010101T030000 TZOFFSETFROM:+0200 TZOFFSETTO:+0100 RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYDAY=-1SU;BYMONTH=10 END:STANDARD BEGIN:DAYLIGHT DTSTART:16010101T020000 TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 TZOFFSETTO:+0200 RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYDAY=-1SU;BYMONTH=3 END:DAYLIGHT END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT ATTENDEE;PARTSTAT=ACCEPTED;CN="<my name etc deleted>":MAILT

O:<my email deleted>

COMMENT;LANGUAGE=en-US:\n UID:040000008200E00074C5B7101A82E00800000000107ADFAEA2B4D40100000000000000

0010000000B216F4EC0E59B44393B80E0802A275EF

SUMMARY;LANGUAGE=en-US:Accepted: <meeting subject deleted> DTSTART;TZID=Central Europe Standard Time:20190325T130000 DTEND;TZID=Central Europe Standard Time:20190327T193000 CLASS:PUBLIC PRIORITY:5 DTSTAMP:20190319T131026Z TRANSP:OPAQUE STATUS:CONFIRMED SEQUENCE:0 X-LIC-ERROR;X-LIC-ERRORTYPE=VALUE-PARSE-ERROR:No value for LOCATION proper

ty. Removing entire property:

X-MICROSOFT-CDO-APPT-SEQUENCE:0 X-MICROSOFT-CDO-OWNERAPPTID:1372796899 X-MICROSOFT-CDO-BUSYSTATUS:BUSY X-MICROSOFT-CDO-INTENDEDSTATUS:BUSY X-MICROSOFT-CDO-ALLDAYEVENT:FALSE X-MICROSOFT-CDO-IMPORTANCE:1 X-MICROSOFT-CDO-INSTTYPE:0 X-MICROSOFT-DONOTFORWARDMEETING:FALSE X-MICROSOFT-DISALLOW-COUNTER:FALSE END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR

and so on ...

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Thunderbird 60.2.1 (64-bit) for linux will not connect to imap or pop3.comcast.net

Tried about all possible ports and connection parameters while talking to comcast support. I am willing to help in any way I can send me an email for specifics or any de… (læs mere)

Tried about all possible ports and connection parameters while talking to comcast support.


I am willing to help in any way I can send me an email for specifics or any details required

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How to not miss mail that arrives when I'm not at the computer?

Using Ubuntu 18.04 with KDE Plasma. When a new mail arrives Thunderbird plays a sound and shows a notification, but when I'm not at the computer at that time I just miss … (læs mere)

Using Ubuntu 18.04 with KDE Plasma.

When a new mail arrives Thunderbird plays a sound and shows a notification, but when I'm not at the computer at that time I just miss new mails as there is no other indicator that a mail arrived. This used to be fixed by the New Mail Attention addon which made Thunderbird's icon flash in the panel until clicked, but "New Mail Attention is incompatible with Thunderbird 60.2.1". What now?

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cannot update address book using the GUI (OK button "broken").

After upgrading from Fedora 21 to Fedora 29, I cannot update my Thunderbird address book. I have tried disabling add-ons and deleting the abook.mab file, but I still can… (læs mere)

After upgrading from Fedora 21 to Fedora 29, I cannot update my Thunderbird address book. I have tried disabling add-ons and deleting the abook.mab file, but I still cannot add a new entry using the pop-up GUI even to an empty address book. I can add a new entry by right-clicking an existing email address, and I can delete entries, but the "OK" button in the GUI does not work. Other users on my system do not have the same problem so something appears to be corrupted in my account. When I use the developer_toolbox then I open the address book I get these:

RangeError: invalid language tag: en-US-u-va-posix-u-ca-gregory-nu-latn mozIntl.js:78:31 RangeError: invalid language tag: en-US-u-va-posix-u-ca-gregory mozIntl.js:78:31

When I click "OK" in the GUI I get these:

TypeError: aDatepicker.yearField is undefined[Learn More] abCard.js:826:3 TypeError: birthdayElem.monthField is undefined[Learn More] abCard.js:575:7

Thanks. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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Misisng toolbar, "F10" or "right click>menu bar" do not work

As the title suggests, I cannot see my menu bar. It might be a system wide problem but I am not sure. I am using Xubuntu 16.04 and 60.2.1. I tried deleting the localstore… (læs mere)

As the title suggests, I cannot see my menu bar. It might be a system wide problem but I am not sure. I am using Xubuntu 16.04 and 60.2.1. I tried deleting the localstore.rdf file but it did not help. When i try to unhide the menu bar there is a slight space appearing as you can see per the screenshot, so it seems to be there but not showing, which points to a problem possible outside of thunderbird...im not sure. any input is welcome.

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Thunderbird freezes when starting new mail or reply

Last few days Thunderbird started crashing on Ubuntu 16.04. Receiving mails and reading works OK but soon as I try to reply or send new mail it just freezes and only Forc… (læs mere)

Last few days Thunderbird started crashing on Ubuntu 16.04. Receiving mails and reading works OK but soon as I try to reply or send new mail it just freezes and only Force Quit works. What to do?



Thanx.

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On one of three machines, Thunderbird Linux password manager does not work; Windows 10 does

I have several machines that dual-boot Windows 10 and Linux openSUSE Leap 15.0. Thunderbird is installed on all machines for both operating systems. The two Thunderbirds … (læs mere)

I have several machines that dual-boot Windows 10 and Linux openSUSE Leap 15.0. Thunderbird is installed on all machines for both operating systems. The two Thunderbirds both access the same profile on each machine. On all but one machine, Thunderbird works correctly in both operating systems. On the machine I most recently set up, Thunderbird works fine in Windows 10, but password manager is broken in openSUSE. Linux Thunderbird is 60.3.0 (64-bit).

In the faulty Thunderbird, all messages and address book are same as in Windows, but clicking Edit -> Preferences -> Security tab -> Saved passwords pops up a window with no entries. In Windows, doing Tools -> Options -> Security tab -> Saved passwords pops up a window with a list of a number of accounts with saved passwords.

In the Linux Thunderbird, trying to get messages brings up a password request box. When I type the password and do NOT check the remember password box, Thunderbird connects to the server and downloads new mail. In the password request box, if I type the password and DO check the remember password box, nothing happens: no connection, no mail, no remembered password.

I have compared all the Thunderbird settings on the faulty box with the settings on the machines that work right, and everything looks the same.

A similar issue was posted at https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1234460, but there is no solution there.

What can I do to get the openSUSE Thunderbird password manager working on this one machine, like it does on the others?

Thanks, Howard

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Lightning: Find Events not working

Have version 60.2.1 (64-bit) installed from Linux Mint 18.3 repos. Just discovered that clicking on the "Find Events" button in Lightning (or same for menu item) and NOTH… (læs mere)

Have version 60.2.1 (64-bit) installed from Linux Mint 18.3 repos. Just discovered that clicking on the "Find Events" button in Lightning (or same for menu item) and NOTHING shows in the Find Events panel that appears. That's NOTHING with a BIG capital 'N'. So what happened? How can it be fixed.

FWIW, this is the WORST upgrade of Thunderbird for a l-o-n-g l-o-n-g time. The completely botched management of the add-on aspect was unbelievably incompetent. Lightning f**ked for an awful lot of people with little help until a few folk (outside of Mozilla) started posting "Uninstall add-on, install distrib xul-). Very bad. The sheer number of "Lighting broke" references when searching the web is testament to the appalling approach to pushing the upgrade. Then there are all those really helpful add-on developers out there that are totally p***ed off with the sudden incompatibility of there helpful work because of an unhelpful Add-on API team. Plus, I've got problems (that I didn't have before) with the Date & Time display aspects and they seem to be insurmountable given the wholly arrogant attitude of those developers involved -- just how *does* Thunderbird/Lightning work with locale? I'm genuinely convinced the developers don't know. And don't get me started on CalDav...

I'm thinking I might be better going back to a previous, stable and FUNCTIONAL version. If the next > v60 upgrade version actually fixes all/most of the problems, I might stick with it, but otherwise I think I'll have to find something else. Shame because this really was a f**king great product with a seriously promising future. Sad. Very sad.

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Thunderbird 60 slow scrolling and opening messages, high CPU, generally slow after upgrade to Fedora 28 (linux)

After upgrading my Fedora to 28, and my Thunderbird to the latestest in the repos (60.3.1), I get very poor performance scrolling through the interface and opening mails.… (læs mere)

After upgrading my Fedora to 28, and my Thunderbird to the latestest in the repos (60.3.1), I get very poor performance scrolling through the interface and opening mails. The entire interface is sluggish. Rebooting in safe mode makes no difference. With TOP running, I can peg one CPU core just by scrolling or navigating between folders.

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