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Thunderbird problem

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Biggurr, Dec 12, 2011.

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  1. Biggurr

    Biggurr Thread Starter

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    My O/S is Windows 7 Home Premium Edition.
    Recently my Bitdefender 2010 expired and I purchased and installed Bitdefender 2012.
    Since that time I am unable to add an attachment to a composed e-mail, save an attachment on an incoming e-mail, insert an image or pic to a composed e-mail or save an image or pic from an incoming e-mail. If I do, Thunderbird freezes and I have to go to Task Manager to free it.
    I don't have any problem receiving or sending e-mails as long as I stay away from attachments.
    Any suggestions?
     
  2. TerryNet

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    If the problem began when Bitdefender 2010 expired (did you uninstall it?) and you installed Bitdefender 2012 consider the possibility that you have a Bitdefender problem, not a Thunderbird problem.
     
  3. hewee

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    Bet some place in Bitdefender setting that deal with email is other options on attachment and maybe what type so your have to look into that. Remember the Bitdefender has a help so look at it and if it has a search that should help out also to find out where the setting is.
     
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