User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:56.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/56.0 Build ID: 20170815141045 Steps to reproduce: Let Thunderbird update itself to 52.3.0. Actual results: Updated, restarted, had message on screen: "This domain is expired. For renewal instructions please click here." Expected results: Should have opened normally (to emails).
You haven't provided enough detail to offer further information.
(In reply to Wayne Mery (:wsmwk, NI for questions) from comment #1) > You haven't provided enough detail to offer further information. What else do you need?
The problem only comes up on first run (every time). I see it also mentions "thunderbrowse.com". I do not have Thunderbrowse installed, so I don't know why that is there.
It did not mention the "thunderbrowse.com" the first time it showed up. Also, the link it gives is this: http://help.1and1.com/domains-c36931/renew-domains-c85143/recover-a-domain-currently-in-the-redemption-period-a630495.html
Which domain is this about? Where / how is that message shown? If it does mention "thunderbrowse.com" you seem to have not provided the full error message?
(In reply to Andre Klapper from comment #5) > Which domain is this about? > Where / how is that message shown? > If it does mention "thunderbrowse.com" you seem to have not provided the > full error message? I guess it is about the thunderbrowse.com domain. That was not showing the first time. After completely shutting down computer and restarting, that showed up. The first time, it was just blank white space underneath. This is showing in the message pane (3-pane windows view) when first opening Thunderbird. Click on a message, and that message shows in the message pane, and the warning message is gone. It won't come back (to my knowledge), until I close and restart Thunderbird.
This does not yet explain what's your relation to "thunderbrowse.com". Do you have an email account at thunderbrowse.com ? Do you have some add-on installed named Thunderbrowse ? If you do, have you reported the problem to the add-on maintainers? I don't see any bug in Thunderbird here yet.
(In reply to Andre Klapper from comment #7) > This does not yet explain what's your relation to "thunderbrowse.com". > > Do you have an email account at thunderbrowse.com ? > > Do you have some add-on installed named Thunderbrowse ? If you do, have you > reported the problem to the add-on maintainers? > > I don't see any bug in Thunderbird here yet. Precisely! I don't have nor have I ever had such an email account at thunderbrowse.com. I may have had a Thunderbrowse extension installed, but it was a long time ago, maybe 5 years ago. It is not showing in my extensions/addons area. So, no.
I don't see a bug here, this seems like a support case to me. You can get support here: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/products/thunderbird