Showing questions tagged: Show all questions

Thunderbird has been slow and stops running frequently. [was Memory issues on Thunderbird Supernova]

It appears that Thunderbird Supernova version 115.3.3 (Windows 11) has a bug or compatibility issue with large profile file and/or Storage Management - Intel Optane Memor… (read more)

It appears that Thunderbird Supernova version 115.3.3 (Windows 11) has a bug or compatibility issue with large profile file and/or Storage Management - Intel Optane Memory.

Since I installed that new version, Thunderbird has been slow and stops running frequently.

Asked by bewecp 6 months ago

Last reply by Wayne Mery 2 months ago

BAD BAD BAD migration policy. (NO way back?)

Thunderbird 115 forcefully migrated my older profile and did NOT leave a way to go back? That is NOT the way to do this. You need create a NEW profile for the NEW vers… (read more)

Thunderbird 115 forcefully migrated my older profile and did NOT leave a way to go back?

That is NOT the way to do this.

You need create a NEW profile for the NEW version and LEAVE THE OLD PROFILE ALONE!

You must also have an alert, and explain the process, transparently giving the owner of decades of e-mail the opportunity to safely upgrade AND have the opportunity migrate back if they so desire.

How DARE Mozilla treat users and their data so casually.

This is NOT the way to do this.

Currently FURIOUS that this trusted tool has left me NO way to downgrade back to 112 except to rebuild my profile (and all the various e-mail accounts) from fucking scratch.

Asked by VidPro 5 months ago

Last reply by Firefoxuser 5 months ago

Thunderbird 115.4.1 (64-Bit) Supernova, OS: Windows 10-64-Bit

Hello, Since the update to Thunderbird Supernova from version 102 upwards, emails in several email folders are automatically deleted or hidden. The properties in the resp… (read more)

Hello, Since the update to Thunderbird Supernova from version 102 upwards, emails in several email folders are automatically deleted or hidden. The properties in the respective folders are listed under Retention rules: Do not delete messages.

The emails displayed in the folders no longer correspond to the contents in the folders. Example: A folder displays: 7, properties in the same folder displays: 1226 with 447 MB. It looks similar in the other folders.

How can I ensure that all available emails are displayed in Thunderbird again?

A repair with *.msf does not help.

Many thanks for your support. Erwin

Asked by erwin104 5 months ago

Last reply by Toad-Hall 5 months ago