Mozilla’s Thunderbird is a popular desktop-based email client that offers a bundle of facilities like email, newsfeed, chat, newsgroup, etc. It is designed to manage multiple accounts, and is available for Windows, Linux, and OS X platforms, Moreover, it is free (Thunderbirds uses MBOX format, a free open source format, for storing its emails and other data.)
Though Thunderbird is very simple and extremely efficient, users may occasionally face some errors and performance issues. Here, we will discuss some common Thunderbird issues.
This warning generally occurs when the server doesn’t support encryption (making the communications with the server vulnerable to hacking).
To fix this issue, try:
When the Trash folder is corrupt, users may not be able to delete the messages. You can resolve this issue by following the steps below:
These simple steps will again allow you to delete messages.
Sometimes, Thunderbird might stop receiving messages suddenly. There could be various reasons behind it like,
Many of these issues be resolved by checking the Thunderbird account settings:
Sometimes, users many not be able to send messages even after configuring the account properly. It may be due to SMTP errors. Also, there could some other reasons which restrict sending email messages from Thunderbird Account. Some are:
In case of these errors, it is suggested that you refer to Thunderbird support page on Mozilla website.
Crash means unanticipated Thunderbird collapse. When the Thunderbird email client crashes, the Mozilla Crash Reporter would appear asking you whether you want to send the crash information to Mozilla for processing or not. Thunderbird crash can occur due to problematic add-ons. This issue can be rectified with regularly updating your Thunderbird application.