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e-mail password-error message dialogue appearing on-top interrupts typing in password dialogue for the following e-mail accounts.

Typing in erroneous password for one of e-mail accounts (registered in Thunderbird) causes next account password input be interrupted by password-error message dialogue a… (read more)

Typing in erroneous password for one of e-mail accounts (registered in Thunderbird) causes next account password input be interrupted by password-error message dialogue appearing on the top of everything!

It happens as long as I remember.

now in Thunderbird ver. 52.7.0 (32 bit) on Win-7 x64 platform.

Asked by prcwnl 2 years ago

Last reply by FredMcD 2 years ago

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Help with including all my email accounts for my laptop computer

Firefox is my browser and should be able to syn my different websites (Google, Microsoft, etc.) on my laptop computer...just like Firefox has done in the past. As you ma… (read more)

Firefox is my browser and should be able to syn my different websites (Google, Microsoft, etc.) on my laptop computer...just like Firefox has done in the past. As you may know by opening my account. I am able to see all my Google emails on my cell phone, but not on my laptop computer. Why?

Also, as Firefox knows, I have a new Google email address: ...and a new password: (...Firefox uses it for my cell phone and I get all my Google emails on it. My question is: Why don't I?

In fact, when I click on my Google email account on my laptop computer, I get this message from Firefox down in the right hand corner, that you are not able to connect to my Google emails on my laptop computer...but I can on my cell phone. WHAT'S UP DOC?!?

I am at my wits end trying to figure this dichotomy out? I am seriously thinking about changing my Firefox browser to a different browser after all my years with Mozilla. HELP! Your faithful client. Dr. Richard C. Muzik

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Asked by rcmuzik 2 years ago

Last reply by FredMcD 2 years ago