Domain name email stopped working yesterday. My Comcast email is still working fine. Geek Squad cannot figure out why - other than its some sort of Thunderbird issue. … (funda kabanzi)
Domain name email stopped working yesterday. My Comcast email is still working fine. Geek Squad cannot figure out why - other than its some sort of Thunderbird issue. I can still get the domain name emails if I specifically go to/through Outlook.
Is this because Thunderbird only deals with POP or IMAP formats (no longer supported by microsoft as of 6-5-23) vs: microsofts 'newest thing' the EXCHANGE format? Been getting emails from GoDaddy(my domain name host) for past month or so informing me of the change coming. Had Geek Squad go through my email settings back on May 24 and then again May 25 (because of created glitches from may 24) via remote access from India(or someplace like). This was done to be pro-active about the upcoming EXCHANGE format requirement. Everything was 'supposed' to be fine - and appeared to be, until last night when I started getting pop-up messages stating:
"Login to account firstname.lastname@example.org failed / Login to server outlook.office365.com with username email@example.com failed" as well as "Login to account Comcast failed / Login to server smtp.comcast.net with username firstname.lastname@example.org failed". So, is my theory correct that Thunderbird just doesn't have the programming needed for the EXCHANGE email format ? Can this be remedied or do I need to move on from Thunderbird? Any suggestions for an email program as close to what Windows Live Mail was? Brian email@example.com