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Your message was sent but a copy was not placed in your sent folder (Sent) due to network or file access errors. You can retry or save the message locally to Local Folders/Sent

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Hi,

i am currently using Thunderbird Version 68.11.0 - haven't had any problems - so far. Then all of a sudden it starts not working. I have not changed any settings whatsoever.

This message pops up: Your message was sent but a copy was not placed in your sent folder (Sent) due to network or file access errors. You can retry or save the message locally to Local Folders/Sent It is a problem occurring only with our company's mail provider. The thing is it work just fine know it seems i can't even get any messages.

This is kind of urgent because i cannot work like this.

Please if you could help with any suggestions. Thanks a lot.

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Who is the mail provider and which server settings are currently is use by Thunderbird for that account?

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Who is the mail provider and which server settings are currently is use by Thunderbird for that account?

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I've found a solution - i changed the connection security on server settings from STARTTLS to SSL/TLS.

that did it for me.

But thanks for the help offered.

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I've found a solution too .. try to change in THUNDERBIRD preferences editor security.tls.version.min from 3 to 1

From the menu at the top right, go to Options. Scroll all the way to the bottom and click on Config Editor. Skip past the warning. Scroll down until you find security.tls.version.min (or paste security.tls.version.min to upper frame) Double click on it, and set the value to 1

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