Learn how to change/view your email setting in Thunderbird with this walk-through video. You can then modify your existing POP/IMAP, or SMTP server settings as needed. Below is an outline of the steps - Changing your Thunderbird Email Settings:
1. Open Thunderbird.
2. Right-click on your email address, then click the "Settings" option.
3. Click the "Server Settings" link to view/edit your IMAP/POP server settings.
4. Click the "Outgoing Server" link to view/change your SMTP (outgoing) settings.
5. Click the "OK" button to save your changes.
For Additional information, see our full guide - How to change your account settings in Thunderbird - http://www.inmotionhosting.com/support/email/thunderbird/change-account-settings
Learn how to check your email with Thunderbird in this full walk-through video. This will allow you to use Thunderbird to send and receive email. Below is an outline of the steps - Setting up Thunderbird to Check your Email:
1. Install and open Thunderbird.
2. Click the "Skip this and use my existing email" button.
3. Enter your name, email address, and password in the available fields. Then click the "Continue" button.
4. Click the "Manual Config" button.
5. Enter your Incoming/Outgoing email settings.
6. Enter your full email address as the Username, then click "Done." (You may have to accept the security certificate). You will then be able to use Thunderbird to send and receive email.
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I recommend checking Thunderbird Outgoing/SMTP settings. It may be selecting the incorrect server and you may need to specify to use Gmail server for outgoing on that account specifically. I hope this helps!
I have 3 email accounts within Thunderbird. One of them has stopped working ? every time I try to send an email a message comes up saying......... SMTP password required, then a box underneath saying......... enter your password etc. If I log into outlook with my password it works fine, but Thunderbird seems to have a problem with it ? Could you explain ? Thanks Mick
I'd like to know...how do you get settings to stick. In "Copies & Folders" I change all my preferences to Sent Folder on:, Archives Folder on:, Drafts Folder on: and Templates Folder on...etc. but every time I restart Thunderbird all those settings change to "Other" for each section. How do you get your preferences to stick?
I checked my Thunderbird settings on my system and they do work properly. Settings for Thunderbird are saved on the local computer that is using it. If you're having problems with the settings then it may installed into a folder or have a security setting affecting its functionality. You should check with a local computer tech if you are unable to save changes, or speak with the support agents provided by Mozilla (the developers of Thunderbird).
Would love some help with this one: I know how to install Thunderbird, and set up/manage misc. email identities, but somehow only one name is overriding all of the managed identities I send emails from. What gives? Is Thunderbird accessing that default name from my computer/user settings or something? I use the latest version of Thunderbird (Feb 2017) with an older Mac tower (10.6 OS) Thank you!
I agree, but am at the end of my rope trying to figure this out - some kind of settings in my machine overriding the identity I'm trying to use with T-Bird? FYI no problem with the other identities I've created, only the main one used to create the T-bird account...
thanks but as mentioned.... I'm already comfortable adding/managing identities with T-bird; what's making me crazy is the main email used for the setup with my hosting seems to have a personal name (I don't want to use) overriding the "manage identities" setting - weird & frustrating. Something coming over from my hosting account maybe?
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