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Some Message filters disabled on changing servers

I am running 115.11.0 on Ubuntu 22.04 I changed email SMTP servers, incoming and outgoing. First I migrated IMAP on the cloud between old host and new host. I connecte… (kàsi)

I am running 115.11.0 on Ubuntu 22.04

I changed email SMTP servers, incoming and outgoing. First I migrated IMAP on the cloud between old host and new host. I connected Thunderbird using existing a profile, just changed server information. After that email started coming into Thunderbird. I discovered a bunch of the filters had been disabled with no destination folder. Not all of them. Just maybe half. It knew the destination folder for the filter because it was at top of window when I would look at filter rule. I had to use that as guide as to what destination folder it should go to, and it filters fine.

Why were all these filters cleared of destination folder?

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Can I Upgrade from 68.12.1 to 78.14.0 on MAC OS 10.11.6 ?

I'm having problems with the Cardbook add-on but it is up to date based on my version of TB. When I go into Preferences->Advanced-> Update 'Check for Updates' shows… (kàsi)

I'm having problems with the Cardbook add-on but it is up to date based on my version of TB. When I go into Preferences->Advanced-> Update 'Check for Updates' shows I'm up to date. However, when I check archived versions it looks like the last version that worked with a MAC release of less than 10.12 is 78.14.0.

I'm confused if I can upgrade to 78.14 and how I would do it?

Thanks for any advice

P.S. and yes, it's a very old Macbook from 2009.

Asked by DS256 3 àwọn ọjọ́ tó kọjá

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Can't reconfigure Thunderbird to receive or send.

Hi, Last week, my Thunderbird just stopped showing new incoming mail. I have tried many, many times to get it up and running with my new emails. I am with Telstra as my i… (kàsi)

Hi, Last week, my Thunderbird just stopped showing new incoming mail. I have tried many, many times to get it up and running with my new emails. I am with Telstra as my internet provider, running Windows 11 and Norton360. I am not able to send either. All my folders are OK, and I have not lost any content. I am able to see new emails on my Telstra email but I prefer to have Thunderbird. Please advise what to do. Ryan

Asked by rstec 2 àwọn wákàtí sẹ́hìn

Can't install Thunderbird, also very slow

Hello! I have tried to install the normal Thunderbird on my PC for months now. Everytime all it does is count more and more files, folders etc. I can't get it to install… (kàsi)

Hello! I have tried to install the normal Thunderbird on my PC for months now. Everytime all it does is count more and more files, folders etc. I can't get it to install. The two screenshots were made within a few minutes. I let it install for around an hour one time and it simply counted more and more files without ever moving in progress. I really don't know what to do. Restarts, redownloads, nothing works. Maybe someone knows what's wrong. Thanks!

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Lost all data

Had all my emails stored locally. Accidentally uninstalled Thunderbird. Reinstalled. Unable to Import my old settings from my "profile". Error message says "Unexpected… (kàsi)

Had all my emails stored locally. Accidentally uninstalled Thunderbird. Reinstalled. Unable to Import my old settings from my "profile". Error message says "Unexpected error" Was able to import configuration alone, but it was all wrong. Can't set up my gmail account. Error message "Malformed server" Please help

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Using multiple profiles not working in Thunderbird 115

Thunderbird 115 included in 24.04 LTS installation. My profiles are located on the SD card working well on other two laptops running ubuntu 22.04. Swap SD cards between … (kàsi)

Thunderbird 115 included in 24.04 LTS installation.

My profiles are located on the SD card working well on other two laptops running ubuntu 22.04. Swap SD cards between two laptops is my way of working with Thunderbird since 13.04.

After installation 24.04 LTS (and Thunderbird 115 included). Following the instruction for adding old profile to the new Thunderbird. Help->thunderbird information->about:profiles. Creating new profile. 1) Using the function CHOOSE FOLDER indicated the path to the profile /media/VB/AB49-E208/Thunderbird profile 2) The path to the folder shown by Thunderbird is different (and strange): /run/user/1000/doc/58235/Thunderbird

When looking into the directory tree the folder is empty (obviously). Thunderbird therefore cannot reach the profile located on SD card and doesn't work.

QUESTION: Is there any way to overwrite the profile folder path in Thunderbird 115 ?

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upgrade of thunderbird not supported

hi I made a mistake to uninstall thunderbird due to a few issues . now the new version is refused to be installed my version was 15-321OM ,,cpu thank you regards … (kàsi)

hi

I made a mistake to uninstall thunderbird  due to a few issues . now the new version is refused to be installed 

my version was 15-321OM ,,cpu thank you regards

Asked by maryline.bowyer 5 àwọn ọjọ́ tó kọjá

how to migrate my email from one Gmail account to another GMail account, specifying a date range

Hello Forum! My GMail account is approaching the 15GB limit and so I will need to migrate my email from one Gmail account to another, specifying a date range. range (i.e… (kàsi)

Hello Forum!

My GMail account is approaching the 15GB limit and so I will need to migrate my email from one Gmail account to another, specifying a date range. range (i.e., any email sent before June 2015). Can Thunderbird help me to do that? If so, what is the process I need to go through?

Thanks in advance to all who reply, Dan

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