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Emails in Thunderbird now show coding instead of emails.

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In Thunderbird for Windows 10 desktop, when I look at certain emails between certain dates, they display unrelated coded emails. This occurs on all my email from February 3rd to February 23rd. The last occurence is 10:23am on the 23rd. My emaill at 10:25pm is where it returns to normal. I have attached a screenshot for reference. To reiterate, the coding in the body of the email has nothing to do with the original email and some of the emails have been stripped of their content completely.

I should mention, these were showing normally originally. If I look on my phone email app, they are showing as they should be.

Version - 124.0b1 (64-bit)

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In Thunderbird for Windows 10 desktop, when I look at certain emails between certain dates, they display unrelated coded emails. This occurs on all my email from February 3rd to February 23rd. The last occurence is 10:23am on the 23rd. My emaill at 10:25pm is where it returns to normal. I have attached a screenshot for reference. To reiterate, the coding in the body of the email has nothing to do with the original email and some of the emails have been stripped of their content completely. I should mention, these were showing normally originally. If I look on my phone email app, they are showing as they should be. Version - 124.0b1 (64-bit) Thanks Bob
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In folder pane right click on folder, pick properties. In properties pick "repair folder"

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In folder pane right click on folder, pick properties. In properties pick "repair folder"

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That was too easy. Thanks so much!!!

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