"Could Not Detect Login Form"-- I lost the entire "INBOX" after automatic download/install of v. 102.11.2.
I lost the entire "INBOX" (and other sub-catagories) after an automatic download/install of Thunderbird v. 102.11.2
There is now an empty INBOX and .msf associated with Thunderbird appearing in the directory, however, the INBOX still does not appear in the T-Bird program screen (see attached screenshot).
Although I am not panicking, there is a message in the bar at the bottom left hand corner of the T-Bird form stating " "Could Not Detect Login Form".
This now beyond my amateur troubleshooting capabilities. Any suggestions regarding rebuilding or location a Login Form? Thanks in advance for the assist!
Okulungisiwe ngu Matt
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obscuring the domain you get your mail from is not all that helpful. Especially if you have recently updated from a older version and are a user of Gmail Yahoo et. al. which have had specific changes to their authentication requirements in the very recent Things like https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/automatic-conversion-google-mail-accounts-oauth20
You appear to be using a very old windows version (Windows 7) as there are no updates from Microsoft, my observation is anti virus products tend to become more aggressive in their action for "unsupported" operating systems. It may well be yours is blocking this new unknown version of Thunderbird from even accessing the internet, let alone getting mail. If the account is IMAP this can lead to all folders simply disappearing from the user interface. So I suggest you check your security software and it's firewall component.