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Thunderbird - multiple gmail account problems

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  1. namibobo

    namibobo Thread Starter

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    I have 4 gmail and one ISP email accounts operating with Mozilla Thunderbird. I use my cell phone as a modem with GSM or 3G connection. I get totally confused with multiple messages - unable to send connection timed out, unable to send to sent folders. Mails in outbox can remain for days without my being able to send. Sometimes unable to save as draft. Result - I don't know whether messages have been sent or not. Sometimes lose messages completely. Read incoming messages may be recieved two or three times before being finally marked as read - even when I mark them as read!
    The problems may be with our 'third world' connections but I believe that there are problems with Thunderbird. Has anyone had the same problem? More importantly, what is the solution - apart from going back to Outlook or handling each gmail account separately via google. Reluctant to do that since I only established multiple accounts because of Thunderbird's ability to use common boxes.
     
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    i have multiple accounts on google and other ISPs
    4 gmail accounts
    1 main ISP account
    1 account here
    2 for my own domain

    so thats - 8 accounts all using thunderbird and I use message filters to manage the accounts

    And dont have the issues you seem to be having, so it maybe the ISP

    i'm using version 3.1.2, hope that helps
     
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