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If you don't use IMAP this probably won't be a big deal for you, but for me (who also has server based mail rules), it's a life saver. It was EDIT, PREFERENCES, ADVANCED, CONFIG EDITOR. see http://thunderbirdtweaks.blogspot.com.au/2010/10/i-cant-sent-mail-networktcpsendbuffer.html Urlourd Posted 9/25/14, 2:50 AM Question owner Hi, thanks for the tip. The folder is empty and I do not understand why this appeared. his comment is here

This is the error message that comes up: C:\Users\Ray Currier \ Desktop\ENTERAMA JOBS BACKED UP 20 AUG 2013\CHRISTINE WALFORD SOLIHULL FUN MONEY 26 SEP 2015 refers to a location that is Also, your username (if needed) might be your full e-mail address (e.g., "[email protected]") or only the part before the "@" ("johndoe"), depending on your service provider; check with them which is Matt Top 10 Contributor Moderator 2152 solutions 14100 answers Posted 1/26/16, 1:21 AM why? QuickQuote This allows you to highlight a piece of a message and have that be the only thing highlighted in the reply Enigmail OpenPGP encryption for Thunderbird. (GnuPGP installed separately) Correct https://support.mozilla.org/questions/1021852

Thunderbird Not Sending Attachments

Millions of Thunderbird users. I have not changed any of my settings at all, so it is possible that the problem I am experiencing may be the result of a conflicting update or system fault I see. Is it okay?

Rath replied6 years ago. The ISP antispam/virus software thinks it is a spammer attachment, and your outgoing mail disappears forever. I CANT EVEN LOG IN TO MY 'ACCOUNT' EVEN AFTER THREE 'SUCCESSFUL' PASSWORD RESETS. I suggest you ask google why they would be using a SHA-1 certificate.

I had to relocate the file, restore it to it's original folder, attach the wrong file to the message that I wanted to send - then delete the attachment, and reset Check that the attachments filename doesn't contain characters that might cause a problem by renaming it beforehand to use just 7bit ASCII letters. I have increased timeout in Thunderbird which appears to which has resolved the issue. According to your Troubleshooting Information there are two Gmail accounts.

It made me wonder if something there had changed. The closest was network.buffer.cache.size. I did a clean install on Win 10 and still have the same issue. I now use Windows mail and periodically try the latest Thunderbird update in the hope that something is resolved but so far without success.

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I'VE NOW HAD TO CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT TO POST THIS - AND YOU CAN GAUGE MY FRUSTRATION AT THE STYLE OF MY USER NAME. I can use Windows Mail to send attachments so I assume it is not a google problem. Thunderbird Not Sending Attachments If Thunderbird works like normal, there is an Add-on or Theme interfering with normal operations. Thunderbird Won't Send Attachments If that sends OK, then the problem could be this.

This page has been accessed 99,382 times. this content I've tried restarting my computer, I've tried re-installing and update TB, I've tried restarting TB with all 'Add-ons' disabled but nothing makes difference. Either temporarily disable that add-on and see if the problem goes away or disable the version check per updating add-ons and enable the add-on. Please report back on results ''Toad-Hall [[#answer-787958|said]]''

In addition to Matt's request for info: Could you perform a test so that we can rule out a conflict with Addons etc. Mozilla Thunderbird

I've sent a number of attachments to folks and not had any issues (I just sent one to my wife who is using OSX Mail and it looks fine to me). Calendar (Lightning and Sunbird) FAQ FAQ Thunderbird and Windows 7 Glossary of Terms including types of Accounts Matt Top 10 Contributor Moderator 2152 solutions 14100 answers Posted 9/24/14, 9:43 PM an It is obvious you are frustrated , this is understandable. weblink Windows live mail is going end of life soonish as I understand it.

The fool equates fixed vulnerabilities with risk. In other words, SHA-1 support has been deprecated, but not (yet) removed. The file is actually still on my hard drive, although the email it relates to has already been sent early last week so I'm somewhat confused.

Verify the settings in Thunderbird exactly match what your ISP provides: no typos (e.g., "smpt"), extra spaces, punctuation mistakes (e.g., no commas instead of periods) or capitalization errors (e.g., lowercase instead

The third format is used if you manually entered the address while composing the message and the address is in your address book (auto-completion of the display name). If you recently upgraded Thunderbird, verify that the firewall is not blocking the new version. I would be interested in what media your searching. THIS IS NOT WORKING STILL!

Configure Thunderbird to use 127.0.0.1, port 25, as the SMTP server. If the file cannot be located, the information might have been moved to a different location. The solution lies in the habit of Mozilla-based software to use something called User Profiles. http://optimisersonpc.com/cannot-send/cannot-send-large-attachments-entourage.html Repeat offense will result in a termination of account'.' HAVING HAD CONTINUAL PROBLEMS WITH TB I AM CONSIDERING DUMPING THE ENTIRE USELESS APPLICATION.

It holds all configuration variables for the applications, some of which have GUIs, others don't. On Linux it's probably on Edit > Preferences. If I try to forward or reply to an email I get the same error. Thanks for the input.

If you receive error messages when trying to send, try unchecking this box. Probably something changed with one of the Windows 10 updates. Usually its easiest to do this by powering them off, and then turning the power back on. As I was going through the config editor I saw the outgoing server settings.

This page has been accessed 793,435 times. Comcast drops it because it was addressed to port 25 but not to Comcast's SMTP server. Then click on the promise to be careful. I CAN send them if I go to the Earthlink Webmail.

Now take the laptop home and try sending mail. As I wrote, I can send email attachments through Earthlink Webmail - but NOT through Thunderbird. It also turned out, after a quick flick through the preferences, that this isn't something you can toggle on and off. valtel Posted 1/25/16, 9:18 PM Question owner I tried turning off the antivirus and it didn't help.

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