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Thunderbird won't send/receive


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#1 killmypc

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Posted 01 January 2009 - 10:59 AM

Hey y'all
Happy New Year !! :thumbsup:

I have been having trouble with Thunderbird sending / receiving email for a couple of days now... I receive the same errors for ATT and Gmail...
I get the following...

Posted Image Posted Image

I have checked everything i know to check...

Outgoing server is smtp.att.yahoo.com / port 465 ... smtp.gmail.com
Incoming us pop.att.yahoo.com / port 995 ... pop.gmail.com

I am using secure authentication with SSL
I am certain that my usernames and passwords are correct

If my memory serves me correctly, this problem seems to have hit me about the time of the 2.0.0.19 update. However, I did have problems with the 2.0.0.18 update, so i skipped it...(updater.exe kept failing) I assumed it was an issue with the update on their end..... :flowers:
I have searched but have not been able to find anything of value thru Mozilla.... If I missed something.....

Has anyone else had a problem with this? Any help is appreciated...

Thanks y'all...

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Posted 01 January 2009 - 01:48 PM

Fixed....

After uninstalling and reinstalling the second time, it seems to be alright now.

Thanks again... :thumbsup:




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