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answered Thunderbird - how to rebuild profile
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comment Thunderbird - how to rebuild profile
I can open that file in a Sqlite client, and in the moz_logins table I see all entries. Usernames and passwords are encrypted, so I can't check those, but I guess it is correct.
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comment Thunderbird - how to rebuild profile
I see it in the profile folder.
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comment Thunderbird - how to rebuild profile
Thanks for the compliment. In the process of finding a solution I discover issues, questions, which I first try to solve myself. By describing all I've done I prevent other people from trying the same things, saving them effort and time. If they give a suggestion for something I already did (try this or that), that's a waste of my time as well. If you look at my profile you'll find more questions like this one, although many are short and simple.
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comment Thunderbird - how to rebuild profile
@fixer1234 - see my updated question!
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comment Thunderbird - how to rebuild profile
I have seven accounts, all of them with this problem. One is Exchange and one IMAP, the rest POP3. I can read the mail from my phone, so the mailserver works. I've disabled the addons. I've restarted Thunderbird several times. Internet works, as I'm typing this on the same machine. If I check mail for one account, the status bar shows that it is connecting, the progress bar is 100% full, and it stays there while nothing happens. I'm going to restart the laptop to see if that helps.
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comment Is public IP unique?
You could say that private IPs are unique as well. They cannot be accessed from outside the network, and within that local network they are unique. So no matter where you are, the private IP is unique as well for your setup.
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answered Sharing folder between Ubuntu and Windows
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comment SSH port block: port forwarding
See my edit about tunneling traffic.
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comment SSH port block: port forwarding
What is easier than this as you only need it for a few days?
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