Thunderbird not updating
I received new mails can delete them (it is updated on the server). However, when I try to send a new message, the message is sent correctly but while trying to save the mail in the ‘Sent’ folder, it hangs forever.
What is happening is that Thunderbird wants to save a copy of the sent message in a folder called ‘Sent’ which is located in the root of the account folders.
I have tried clearing the 'automatically check for new mail', quitting the program, and restarting the program and resetting the checkbox, but the automatic feature does not work at this time.
The 'Get New Mail' function also does not work - at this time I have to exit Thunderbird and restart the program to receive new mail.
In order to fix most Thunderbird issues, it’s always good to use the latest version of Thunderbird on Windows 10 in order to avoid any potential incompatibility issues.
According to users, Thunderbird hangs on their Windows 10 PC while trying to perform a certain action, and this can be caused by any third-party application.
In my case, this folder already exists so Thunderbird hangs forever.
She also said that she does not believe Thunderbird has the potential for "industry-wide impact" that Firefox does.
After manually installing Mozilla Thunderbird on Debian 8 Jessie according to this instructions, and it's working fine. Thunderbird self warns me that an available update could not start automatically. I've tried this by going to the directory @Ipor Sircer I know this.
However -- before installing -- I've read that there might be security and/or compatibility issues with my thunderbird profile (which I've imported/copied from my obsolete system).
I am curious to know what your malformed email was or rather how you knew it was malformed.
I run two identical systems (one at home and one at work) and it only happens with my work machine.