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I suspect there's something wrong with https support. If the proxy is set to relay https traffic while it can't handle it then you'll have no connection. What happens if you try to go to https://www.google.com with firefox while the proxy is set? Note that the link above says https (so ending with 's')


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I know this is an old post, but unfortunately, I'm seeing the same issue on 14.04 with Thunderbird 31.4.0. I haven't taken notice of it with Gmail on my home system, but I don't get a constant flow of emails with my personal Gmail account, however compared to my work laptop where I get emails all the time I noticed this right away. I'm using my work's email ...


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This worked for me: I had just a few messages in my Inbox folder but its associated file ocuppied way more than 3 Gb (near the 4 Gb file size limit), so I compacted it to remove obsolete information, and it's now less than 50 Mb. New messages are now well downloaded. More info: From MozillaZine Knowledge Base about compacting and file size: When you ...


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1) Go to your Thunderbird profile folder 2) Make a directory named chrome 3) Inside the chrome folder make a file named userContent.css as a plain text file (be sure to show file extensions otherwise you may end up with a userContent.css.txt) 4) Edit the file with any text editor and put the following line in it: * { word-wrap: break-word; } 5) Restart ...


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To use Google Calendar in location box you have to paste a XML private URL to your calendar. Go to http://google.com/calendar, click down arrow on the right of your calendar name and open calendar settings. Now copy private XML calendar URL and paste it in location box in Lightning


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Do you use Lightining and Provider for Google Calendar addons from Ubuntu repositories or from Thunderbird addons repository on https://addons.mozilla.org/it/thunderbird/? Try to remove both packages from Ubuntu repositories and install both Lightning and Provider fo Google Calendar from https://addons.mozilla.org/it/thunderbird/ and try again. Recently ...


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I found a solution, but quite accidentally. Removing all extensions and reinstall Lightning didn't help. I tried to change the language of Thunderbird, which didn't help too. I also installed version 3.3.4, no change. Then I tried to import a calendar-file (.ics), it loaded but didn't show anything (that's how I expected it). But then I reinstalled ...


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I did a complete reinstall of the Ubuntu-computer and install of TB + Lightning and copied the complete profile back to this installation. After starting TB, it complained about an outdated version of Lightning, I did an update and everything works fine now, I can see all my events and tasks! Will make a export to be safe now.


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I had this problem on OSX with gpg v2 and fixed it by installing gpg v1 alongside it. Not sure if this is applicable to Ubuntu.


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You may need to install an extension such as "More About" to find about:config in the help menu. (Really? 50 reputation to add this as a comment to the top answer? -_-)


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I just went to Thunderbird, Preferences, Advanced tab and unchecked "Enable Global Search and Indexer". Restart Thunderbird. If the search box does not automatically show up then, right click on an empty space in the tool bar and enable "Quickfilter".


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Use Bcc - this stands for blind carbon copy - instead of To or cc in the email header.


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Solution: Look at Tools > Add-Ons and see if you have upgrades that are needed. In my case, Thunderbird Conversations had an upgrade that, for whatever reason, was not automatically applied when the main Thunderbird was updated (I thought they fixed that...). Upgrading the extensions cleared up the problem.


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It would seem that the person sending the email is using a CRM app called Sidekick. I discovered this after noticing the same weird URL in some emails so did a little detective work. If you copy and paste the URL in the email into a browser, but without the query string, you will notice that you get redirected to the following URL: ...



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