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How To delete saved password (which accesses IP email server)
THIS ANSWER IS WRONG. THERE IS NO "Tools" choice and using those keys does NOTHING on a Macintosh. Version of TB is 24.5.0
ALSO there are two different "Tools" menus. They have different sub-options. One is the drop-down on the upper tool bar. The other is hidden in that mysterious symbol on the right, having 3 parallel horizontal lines.
>To see what you have saved in Thunderbird go to Tools-Options-Security-Passwords-Saved Passwords
No Menu Bar with Tools? Press the alt key or F10 to make it appear.
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mysterious hamburger button - Preferences - Security - Passwords - Saved Passwords
How hard is it to figure that out?
Btw, what answer?
This answer is correct for Windows. I believe you will be looking for Preferences instead of Options on a MAC.
This explains the differences between operating systems. http://kb.mozillazine.org/Menu_differences_in_Windows,_Linux,_and_Mac
Impossible if I follow the advice given.
That tab talks about MASTER passwords. Not applicable to my problem.
Yea I found that page. Complete gibberish. What the hell is Sea Monkey and why do they think I spank it?
Maybe you should stick with using Verizon's web mail page. Maybe you can understand that.