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Thunderbird installation fails and calendars unavailable

I have tried installing Thunderbird four time on my Windows 10 PC. Each time it gets to 33% and stalls. Most recently, I have reduced, compacted and repaired my outlook P… (read more)

I have tried installing Thunderbird four time on my Windows 10 PC. Each time it gets to 33% and stalls. Most recently, I have reduced, compacted and repaired my outlook PSTs but the outcome is unchanged. AN additional problem is that the installation process does not offer to import calendars.

Asked by pauljmartin 10 months ago

Last reply by sfhowes 10 months ago

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Difficult to investigate AV flagging infections from within cache2\entries\

Hi all, Seeing a few files getting flagged by AV from within the \appdata\...\cache2\entries\ location, trouble is cannot investigate further / quarantine / whitelist, b… (read more)

Hi all,

Seeing a few files getting flagged by AV from within the \appdata\...\cache2\entries\ location, trouble is cannot investigate further / quarantine / whitelist, because of the nature of the cached files, rendered as a series of letters/numbers, without extension... they also appear to be auto-deleted before it's possible for AV to interrogate further.

Presuming chances are these are false-positive flags, but would be good to be able to verify this one way or another.

Similar files seem to exist for Firefox users generally, but vast majority are not currently flagged.

Any thoughts/ideas/similar experiences appreciated...

Asked by han_nosolo 1 year ago

Last reply by han_nosolo 1 year ago

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Attachments not showing on top of other windows

Up until recently when I clicked on an attached image, whether in a message I'm composing or one I've received, the image would open and immediately be visible on the scr… (read more)

Up until recently when I clicked on an attached image, whether in a message I'm composing or one I've received, the image would open and immediately be visible on the screen. For some reason now when I click on the image (.jpg, .png, etc) it opens to the taskbar but I have to click on it to see it.

Does anyone know what might be causing this? For whatever reason it doesn't happen with other files types, such as .xls or .pdf. Those still open on top of TB. Only images that open with Photos (I'm using Windows 10) stay behind TB. I'm not seeing anything in the settings (either for Photos or TB) that would determine which window shows on top. Anyway suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

Asked by manmachine78 10 months ago

Last reply by manmachine78 10 months ago

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Messages will not open after clicking them in Win-10 notification area.

Greetings, New incoming message alerts show up in the Win-10’s notification area, as usual, & as expected. But clicking on the message notification clears the messa… (read more)

Greetings,

New incoming message alerts show up in the Win-10’s notification area, as usual, & as expected. But clicking on the message notification clears the message from the notification area instead of opening the message in Thunderbird (as it used to), ever since updating to v115.0.1 (64-bit).

Thanks, Greg

Asked by Big G 10 months ago

Last reply by Roland Tanglao 10 months ago