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I can't find a way to ask the Thunderbird community a question. This is my question. I am running tbird 78.5.1 on my PC. There is an option to move mail. One of the op… (read more)

I can't find a way to ask the Thunderbird community a question. This is my question.

I am running tbird 78.5.1 on my PC. There is an option to move mail. One of the options under that is to look at favorites. I want to learn how to put folders into that favorites list.

I know there is also an option for recent folders. That one autoconfigures and I know how to use it.

But I would like to designate favorites as well. Can someone please tell me how to do that?

Asked by nuorlenzgal 4 months ago

Answered by sfhowes 4 months ago

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I have used Firefox and Thunderbird for several years but now I am unable to use Yahoo because of ?Thunderbird being unsecure? So anyway I can't get signed in anymore. I… (read more)

I have used Firefox and Thunderbird for several years but now I am unable to use Yahoo because of ?Thunderbird being unsecure? So anyway I can't get signed in anymore. I have read everything I can find on the web sites about how to log in but as I read and follow directions I always get to a critical spot where a function/icon/option/ is not available to me. So I'm dead in the water again. I am using Firefox version 83 and Thunderbird version 78, the latest downloads and Windows 10. I guess I'm not very smart on the computer but my question is 'can anybody give me precise instructions how to comply with the Yahoo security snafu? Right now I am using Yahoo until I can find out something about Thunderbird and I hate Yahoo. Secondly is Mozilla fixing the Thunderbird program so it will seamlessly log in?

Any help will be appreciated. My email address is: gaylon.smith@sbcglobal.net

Asked by gaylon.smith1 4 months ago

Answered by christ1 4 months ago

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Thunderbird Mail problems (with AVG installed)

Good afternoon. Since the latest update to Thunderbird has arrived I keep getting a message when I log-on to retrieve my E-mails which says “ You are attempting to overri… (read more)

Good afternoon. Since the latest update to Thunderbird has arrived I keep getting a message when I log-on to retrieve my E-mails which says “ You are attempting to override how Thunderbird identifies this site. Click below to create a security exception.”

So each time I have to click on the box which prompts me to create a security exception. When I click the box to “ save “ the exception, it makes no difference. I have to do it every time.

As if this were not bad enough, I am now getting asked to “ verify my password “ for each of my two E-mail accounts, every time I try to access my E-mails. This never happened to me before and has only started over the past week or so.

I have AVG security in addition to their “ Premium Technical Support “ which costs a lot of money. I telephoned them today and spoke with two of their technical advisers, also gave them remote access to my PC so they could fix the problem. I spent almost TWO HOURS on the telephone while they tried various things, checked my operating system, checked the server details on Thunderbird and also ran the “ RKILL “ programme to check for any faults. They told me everything was fine. But after they had gone and I tried again to access Thunderbird, the same problems re-occurred. Surely there must be a simple way to address these two issues. I am getting very fed-up and wish I could simply speak to a technician on the telephone instead of like this ! Why can’t we do that ?

Asked by Steamgo 4 months ago

Answered by Toad-Hall 4 months ago

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Stopped receiving emails in Thunderbird

Hi I have stopped receiving emails in Thunderbird. I can still see mail including new mail if I log into Gmail website. When I click "Get messages" Thunderbird says "Conn… (read more)

Hi I have stopped receiving emails in Thunderbird. I can still see mail including new mail if I log into Gmail website. When I click "Get messages" Thunderbird says "Connected to imap.gmail.com" but doesn't go on to my Inbox. I can still send messages. I have tried removing Thunderbird and reinstalling it. I had do that manually the automatic install would not recognise my password. I have tried removing saved passwords and reentered myGmail password. I tried changing my login settings to no password and my Connection security to None. I have tried the suggestions on the Thunderbird website, including disabling my internet security (Eset). Help, please Cheers Roger

Asked by Roger 4 months ago

Answered by christ1 4 months ago