- How many accounts do you have, and for what email provider(s) does the issue occur? - Do you see anything interesting if you open the Tools menu (press Alt when not visible) Activity Manager?
- Do the connections time out silently with no warning/message/logs?
Then again, this is troublehooting that I would prefer and perform myself and the above does not help.
If you want a quick solution, it may be best to stick to 52.2.1 for now, or use the restore point.
re : I turned my anti-virus and firewall off If you use a product such as ' Norton' which also controls the Firewall, switching it off may have switched on the default for computer so it will not prove anything.
You need to make sure that the Firewall allows Thunderbird in it's list.
Disable it entirely and reboot to see what happens then.
re : I turned my anti-virus and firewall off If you use a product such as 'Norton' which also controls the Firewall, switching it off may have switched on the default for computer so it will not prove anything.
Do you use any anti-virus or other security software?As I said in an earlier post, the same happens when in Windows 7 safe mode with network connections.-Question: where can I see if "Use this proxy server for all protocols" is checked? - Get Add-ons or What's New does NOT load the page.- Delete: %appdata%\Roaming\streamlabels Make sure your have the Latest Version of Streamlabels, which you can get at: https://streamlabs.com/dashboard#/streamlabels - Then Install Streamlabels with the file you downloaded.Log into Streamlabels and choose the output directory.- Add your Text Sources into your Streaming Software (OBS) using the output directory you just have just chosen in the application.- Now you can edit the format of the output data in the File Settings within the Streamlabels application.- I have 1 account, provider is When I start Thunderbird, at the bottom of the window I see: [email protected]: Connecting to pop.(Note that I have a Dutch version, so this is my translation).The message does not disappear, nor do I see a warning/message.- Is Thunderbird set up to use a proxy with "Use this proxy server for all protocols" checked?- Does the page load when opening the Add-ons Manager What’s New?You could try adding the same provider as a second account in Thunderbird if you have one and see what happens then.Also, you could enable Logging to see how Thunderbird and the server communicate.