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Updating Firefox to avoid losing sync

I received an email suggesting that I update my Firefox or I would lose syncing function. I have two computers. A fairly new iMac Ventura 13.6.8 running Firefox 123.0 64 … (funda kabanzi)

I received an email suggesting that I update my Firefox or I would lose syncing function. I have two computers. A fairly new iMac Ventura 13.6.8 running Firefox 123.0 64 bit which it says is up to date. But I also have an older iMac OSX 10.11.6 El Capiten running Firefox 78.15.0 ESR. I can't update the OS or Firefox on the old computer. So if I do nothing - will I still be able to sync on the newer Mac. I'm not too worried about the old one - I don't use it much for browsing - more for documents. Thank you. David Rimell

Asked by rimell 4 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 4 izinyanga ezidlule

Upgrade made Thunderbird on Mac unusable

I have my Mac and thunderbird set to auto-update, so I am not sure where the culprit lies. But my system did a Mac update and a Thunderbird update both recently. I'm no… (funda kabanzi)

I have my Mac and thunderbird set to auto-update, so I am not sure where the culprit lies. But my system did a Mac update and a Thunderbird update both recently. I'm now on Sonoma 14.3.1 and Thunderbird 15.8.1. When I started thunderbird it spun for 10 minutes. I thought it was locked up initially, did it again and even tried starting in safe mode. But after about 10 minutes, it eventually stopped. Problem was all my calendars won't display. I can add or remove either. The interface is barely responsive, and it crashes after a few minutes. I started Thunderbird from the command line to see if I could monitor the errors. I get about 100 of the following:

2024-03-10 14:06:22.361 thunderbird-bin[17189:518538] Rethrowing (from nts_ValueForProperty:) NSInternalInconsistencyException: Unhandled error (NSCocoaErrorDomain, 134092) occurred during faulting and was thrown: Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=134092 "(null)" CoreData: error: Unhandled error occurred during faulting: Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=134092 "(null)" ({ })

Anyone having similar errors, or any ideas on a fix?

Thanks,

Roberto

Asked by firefox2735 4 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by Wayne Mery 4 izinyanga ezidlule

Thunderbird thinks every message since Mar20 is junk.

This is meant as Feedback, not a Bug report (unless others get the same thing). I suspect it can't be reproduced consistently. Every message (since Mar20) shows a yellow… (funda kabanzi)

This is meant as Feedback, not a Bug report (unless others get the same thing). I suspect it can't be reproduced consistently.

Every message (since Mar20) shows a yellow error bar: "Thunderbird thinks this message is Junk mail." [Learn More] [Not Junk] [X] Just as I'm composing this, messages also have inconsistent coloring (picture attached).

Since the message says "Thunderbird...", I'm posting here and not google/gmail. NOTE I just tried the Learn More link and may be able to reset the "learning" so this post may have been unnecessary. Still - an unpleasant experience. I did locate the [Reset training data] in Settings and may have to use that.

BACKGROUND: I migrated from another Mac in January, that seems to be unrelated. I downloaded several apps from the App Store the day before (Mar 19) but those all seem unrelated. Some Mar20 messages are fine.

I'm running Thunderbird 115.9.0 (64-bit) "supernova" and "Thunderbird is up to date" on macOS Ventura 13.6.3

Hopefully this is the end of this story for me! Thanks. Please let me know if other details might be helpful for this discussion.

Asked by ahengst.edm 3 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by Matt 3 izinyanga ezidlule