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PostPosted: Sat 15 Jun 2019 10:04 

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If you are looking to configure Thunderbird on Mac, then you can do so efficiently by following some really simple steps. The steps to configure Thunderbird on Mac is as follows:
•Find the Thunderbird application; you would have to locate the Local Folder.
•Then under the accounts section, click on Email.
•You would then receive a pop-up where you would have enter information such as your name, email address, and password.
•The users would then have to select the IMAP or POP and then click on Manual configuration.
•Then under the server hostname, you would have to enter the incoming and outgoing server.
•Then under the option of SSL, select SSL/TLS
•In the field next to Username Incoming and Outgoing, you would have to enter your account username.

If the users face any issue, they have the option of connecting with Mozilla Thunderbird phone Number, where they would get complete assistance in configuring Thunderbird on Mac.


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PostPosted: Mon 8 Jul 2019 16:46 
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If you go to the application command cortex and right click, select open package contents and go to contents youll find it.

If you do a search on contents not "this mac" actually select the folder and search it for settings.ini it will show up.


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