Hi. I followed directions to open a Thunderbird account, [edited] @fencemail.com. As required, I paid for a Domain Name: [edited] @micalone.org, from Ghandi, including … (read more)
Hi. I followed directions to open a Thunderbird account, [edited] @fencemail.com. As required, I paid for a Domain Name: [edited] @micalone.org, from Ghandi, including a VAT Tax. I got an intercept, that a problematical HTML(?) was missing, whatever it is, with nary a hint nor link to fix the problem. Horrors!
Unfortunately, I am not a computer whiz, and most computer technical verbiage is like hieroglyphics to me.
I am in a dilemma in that I do not have the proffered Internet address.
Do to a nasty virus, I no longer have access to my old ISP address, [edited] @juno.com, hence the need to open the highly recommended Thunderbird account.
So, I can not send or receive email to resolve this HTML problem.
Is the U.S. Postal Service a viable option? If so. my postal address is: Nick Micalone, [removed address information from public]. If someone is intimately familiar with the Thunderbird enrolling process, I will gladly pre-pay for the postage and associated costs for a fix by simple instructions.
If this helps, I do have the Thunderbird logo on my desktop.
Hopefully, the Thunderbird wizards can fix this remotely, at their end.