Strange Thunderbird Event.

Discussion in 'Firefox' started by Aido, Feb 4, 2006.

  1. Aido

    Aido Guest

    Hiya Peoples.
    Thunderbird did a very strange think this evening.
    I shut Thunderbird down to play a game for a couple of Hrs, When I'd
    finnished playing the game I opened Thunderbird back up to check for any
    new email. Thing is, There wasn't any accounts setup with in Thunderbird
    at all. No emails, not any sign of there ever being an account set up.
    It wanted my details as if I was a new user setting up my Email details.
    I trying all I could think of to find & fix the problem, But I couldn't
    find anything. The only way I could think of fixing the problem was to
    do a System Restore, Which I did to yesterdays date. All fixed now by
    doing the restore.
    Anybody had this happen or any ideas why?

    Aido.
    Aido, Feb 4, 2006
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  2. Aido

    Tony Raven Guest

    Aido wrote:
    > Hiya Peoples.
    > Thunderbird did a very strange think this evening.
    > I shut Thunderbird down to play a game for a couple of Hrs, When I'd
    > finnished playing the game I opened Thunderbird back up to check for any
    > new email. Thing is, There wasn't any accounts setup with in Thunderbird
    > at all. No emails, not any sign of there ever being an account set up.
    > It wanted my details as if I was a new user setting up my Email details.
    > I trying all I could think of to find & fix the problem, But I couldn't
    > find anything. The only way I could think of fixing the problem was to
    > do a System Restore, Which I did to yesterdays date. All fixed now by
    > doing the restore.
    > Anybody had this happen or any ideas why?
    >
    > Aido.


    Sounds like you accidentally created and opened a new profile.

    --
    Tony

    "The best way I know of to win an argument is to start by being in the
    right."
    - Lord Hailsham
    Tony Raven, Feb 4, 2006
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