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Thunderbird keeps trying to log into a removed account.

Hey there support folks, I'm having an issue with Thunderbird where I've removed an old account, but Thunderbird keeps trying to log into the account and pops up a warni… (read more)

Hey there support folks,

I'm having an issue with Thunderbird where I've removed an old account, but Thunderbird keeps trying to log into the account and pops up a warning every 10 minutes or so. I have no add-ons, no extensions, and I have two other accounts that work perfectly fine. I went through the process to remove my third account, which succeeded, yet Thunderbird is still trying to sign into it for some reason.

My hunch is that there is another section of the software (calendar, reminders, something) that is retained the account info and is trying to pull it from the server, but I have no idea how to find these other settings if they exist.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Asked by hill.jeremyb 1 month ago

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Firefox exclusively scrolling extremely fast

Scrolling in Firefox is causing any webpage to scroll many lines at once with a single click, and it seems to be exclusively happening to Firefox, as every other applicat… (read more)

Scrolling in Firefox is causing any webpage to scroll many lines at once with a single click, and it seems to be exclusively happening to Firefox, as every other application scrolls normally. I have tried searching here and elsewhere for a solution, and I have tried to change about:config settings based on the recommendations I could find to no avail. I have also tried to refresh Firefox and have used Troubleshoot Mode, but those too have not worked. I have no clue as to what could have caused this, as I have not been messing with any settings prior to this.

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marriage crash

This is my story. Digital affairs are serious problems for a marriage, although sometimes, they are also a symptom of underlying problems. Either way, you may quickly end… (read more)

This is my story. Digital affairs are serious problems for a marriage, although sometimes, they are also a symptom of underlying problems. Either way, you may quickly end up needing a divorce lawyer’s assistance if you do not put a fast halt to what is happening. Previously, traditional notions of infidelity required an actual physical relationship between an unfaithful spouse and their romantic partner. Thanks to the chxhack @gmailcom who helped me to dig into the communications of my husband platforms like his phone and social media, that i discovered that he was hacking extra affair and i got all the records of the communications and i was able to save my marriage. therefore if you are experiencing such worries get intouch with above. thank you.

Asked by realhack98 1 year ago

Last reply by Paul 1 year ago

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maxilla Firefox not working

Please my firefox appears to have crashed, or is not working how can i fix it. As i try to open firefox document a dialogue box appears saying that either the firefox is … (read more)

Please my firefox appears to have crashed, or is not working how can i fix it. As i try to open firefox document a dialogue box appears saying that either the firefox is not designed to run or that i should reinstall firefox. Another dialogue box opens saying couldn: load XPCON

Asked by patriciamichael32 1 year ago

Last reply by Paul 1 year ago

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Error Firefox :(

Locking this thread, please continue here: [/questions/1439889] Hey everyone, I've been encountering a persistent error with Firefox, and I'm hoping someone here might h… (read more)

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Hey everyone,

I've been encountering a persistent error with Firefox, and I'm hoping someone here might have a solution. Whenever I try to open Firefox, I keep getting an error message that says "Secure Connection Failed" for certain websites. It's really frustrating because it's preventing me from accessing important sites. I've tried clearing my cache and cookies, but the issue persists. Has anyone else experienced this problem, and if so, how did you resolve it?

Thanks in advance for any help you can provide!

Asked by jasime 2 months ago

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Files downloaded in Firefox Private Browsing are deleted automatically after closing the browser

I am facing issue while downloading files in Firefox Private Browsing. Whenever I download my PDF files, as soon as I close the browser window, the files also get deleted… (read more)

I am facing issue while downloading files in Firefox Private Browsing. Whenever I download my PDF files, as soon as I close the browser window, the files also get deleted automatically. What should I do to rectify this issue.

Asked by kashishjaggi16 3 weeks ago

Answered by cor-el 3 weeks ago

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Status of Mozbackup 1.5.1 / Imap acct files incrementing - delete? [mozbackup should never be used]

All - there are enough questions on backups/restores that I don't want to load everyone down with an involved question, I'll try to keep it simple: 1- Using Mozbackup ut… (read more)

All - there are enough questions on backups/restores that I don't want to load everyone down with an involved question, I'll try to keep it simple:

1- Using Mozbackup utility - appears to generally work fine and handy but continues to a) restore old accounts long gone (i.e. not present in Accounts list when backup file created with Mozbackup and b) does not restore complete set of new accounts (via Imapmail\*.com account files I take it). I am guessing that if any *.com account file is still sitting in \ImapMail folder and included in the .pcv file Mozbackup will try to restore this and set it up in Accounts list, so I'm going to try deleting all obsolete account *.com files before I do backup this time. Question remains about the non-restore of newer *.com account files though, which WERE present in \Imapmail folder at make backup.

Also, restore does not carry account server info into new accounts list, just the placeholder account name (in the list in Accounts pane on left). I have to repeatedly re-enter server info, re-establish connection, etc. Deficiency in Mozback or is this a safety thing?

2- see attached pic. Either Mozbackup, or something, is creating number-incremented copies of the account *.com files, with the newest (present time) copy having the highest added -# onto file name. Why is this and is it old to delete earlier/old dated files?

I am getting the feeling that it's safer/wiser to just manually backup-recopy all \Imapmail\*.com files (and *.msf files) into \Imapmail folder as per this post:

    Restoring from a backup?
     https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1381072

Any feedback appreciated! jt

Asked by DaveyJones700 1 year ago

Answered by Wayne Mery 1 year ago

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Firefox remembers data previously entered into a form

I have noticed that my browser saves certain data that was filled into forms on websites such as contact info, or 2FA codes. Of course, the all options for Logins and Pas… (read more)

I have noticed that my browser saves certain data that was filled into forms on websites such as contact info, or 2FA codes. Of course, the all options for Logins and Passwords as well as Forms and Autofill are turned off. So I wonder, what causes this behavior? I would maybe think these are some cookies, but after clearing them and deleting all site data this still happens. For 2FA codes this is harmless. but I'm concerned Firefox may do this for passwords too. Anyway, why would I need to save info of TOTP?

Note: Example is for SimpleLogin.

Asked by Kamil 3 months ago

Answered by cor-el 3 months ago

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Previous bookmarks not shown

I reset my PC and reinstalled Firefox last month, but my bookmarks were never recovered after I logged in my Firefox account. A couple of months ago I installed Firefox o… (read more)

I reset my PC and reinstalled Firefox last month, but my bookmarks were never recovered after I logged in my Firefox account. A couple of months ago I installed Firefox on another PC (to which I no longer have access) and it showed all the synced bookmarks, but this time it doesn't. What should I do? Thank you

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Thunderbird repeatedly resets a stored certificate "security exception" TB 102.6.1 (64-bit) on Win10

There is no mystery to what's happening here. Programming 101: a security exception doesn't get reset every 2 or 3 passes unless some malicious or incompetent programme… (read more)

There is no mystery to what's happening here. Programming 101: a security exception doesn't get reset every 2 or 3 passes unless some malicious or incompetent programmer set up a countdown loop to reset it. And who would do that kind of thing to users unless some malicious jerk wants to pressure the users into fighting his or her political programming battles with other net entities? I turn 77 this month, and last year had a tumor removed from inside my spinal cord that, while slow-growing and essentially benign, caused horrific pain. People my age and condition save our energy for things that really matter to us. That doesn't include Lilliputian battles over which end of the egg to open. So suck up your egos and resolve this among each other.

Asked by business11 1 year ago

Last reply by Matt 1 year ago

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I have to be honest with you guys, this is something completely new to me. But as I said before, I want to learn and maybe if you approve my human talents I could be a part of your team.

The reason I am here is because I am worried about the insecurity on internet. I have been using it for years but now I realize every single person is vulnerable. I hones… (read more)

The reason I am here is because I am worried about the insecurity on internet. I have been using it for years but now I realize every single person is vulnerable. I honestly did not know how easy they can steal your information from your computers, or any device you use to surf on the web. And that is not right. I think that situation has to change and if there is any way I could help to generate a change i am here.

Asked by Robert Vazquez 1 year ago

Last reply by Paul 1 year ago

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Page Details Missing

For awhile now whenever I visit Kickstarter, I never get the full page to load. I mainly notice it in the header where the info for the campaign information doesn't show … (read more)

For awhile now whenever I visit Kickstarter, I never get the full page to load. I mainly notice it in the header where the info for the campaign information doesn't show on Firefox. I've tried playing around with my widgets and protection to see if that would allow the page to fully load, but nothing has worked.

Asked by Trivirt 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago