My email address is confired valid but email is said returned during reset attempt.
This is has remained an ongoing issue from December 2018 that you at Mozilla have failed to resolve.
"The confirmation email we sent to n*******@****.** was returned and we’ve locked your account to protect your Firefox data." I'm pretty sure emails to that account are not bouncing. Could you please unlock my account so that I can access my sync account through THAT email, which actually accepts emails as I've tested many times? (For example, this mozilla account is linked to the same email address, for which I received a confirmation email from Mozilla itself a few minutes ago)
To make matters worse, I could not delete the account to start afresh, because or an incorrect-password response on the dialog form used to submit the change, Therefore I disconnected and now no longer am able to access that account from any browser. When I attempt to create a new account using the same email address, I am prompted with "Account exists", which is understandable.
Attempts to reset password ALWAYS result in an instantaneously displayed (with NO delay or pause) error, "Email was returned", and no email message ever gets sent from Mozilla, in inbox or spam.
I need this corrected immediately. Either resolve this by procedure OR perform and override and delete my account to allow creation of a new account with that SAME email address.
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This is the EXACT same scenario that I have attempted, but unlike the user mentioned below, who apparently was successful in receiving the reset email from Mozilla, I never received an email message, and Mozilla claims that the "email was just returned". All transpiring within the last 30 minutes, this exact same behavior has occurred whether I attempt a reset on the iOS device (iPhone Xs) or on the PC from which I have responded to this follow-up inquiry.
Something must be constitutionally wrong here, and I assure you that if any Mozilla email had been successfully delivered to the above ISP account, then spam filters would still have allowed examination of such message for my observation and manipulation.
That's not happening. I have added my account as a primary recipient of this response, as verification.
On December 10, 2018 at 7:31 AM "Bugzilla@Mozilla" <email@example.com> wrote: Simon Basca [:SimonB] <firstname.lastname@example.org> has asked *******@*******.net for needinfo: Bug 1511741: Firefox Sync account locked - not receiving email verification or password reset email iOS12 http…
I know from what people reported years ago, HotMail emails would be sent and never make it to the sender. I don't know if this is what's going on with your eMail provider, but it is possible there are providers that have 'poor' results with their operations.
Just something to keep in mind.