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Problems after forced update to version 102
Problems after Thunderbird to version 102
After updating Thunderbird to version 102: a) All my open emails have disappeared b) my favorite folders have disappeared (that's easy to fix) c) there are new empty folders with strange names ("e78s4d3"). d) some filters no longer recognize folders
How can I recover bookmarks with open tabs?
By the way, I found that changing the setting:
Start> Settings> Time and language> Region and language> Administrative language settings> Administrative> Language for non-Unicode programs> Change the system locale.
to another language because Thunderbird crashes completely. The program cannot even find a folder with emails if the user has letters from alphabets other than English in his name. Just change the language, restart your computer and Thunderbird doesn't work.
(I didn't think Thunderbird was using the settings for non-Unicode programs)
Modified by Wayne Mery
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Your tabs are gone - they are only retained from the immediately preceding startup.
For the other issues, after startup Check tools > developer > error console for clues/error indications.
Do you have any crash report IDs listed at help > troubleshooting info?
Then they disappear and can't be re-created? Is this some kind of joke?
I don't know if it makes sense to check the console. The program didn't crash, it just doubled some folders, changed some names to strange ones, and also some filters stopped recognizing folders, and I restored the system and restored version 91.
For now, I blocked updates by blocking the aus5.mozilla.org server and using policies.