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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; fr; rv:184.108.40.206) Gecko/20070515 Firefox/220.127.116.11 Build Identifier: version 3.0a1pre (2007070804) I have been changing mail Internet Access service provider from Numéricâble to France Télécom. During this change I have an overlap in time when I have both service providers avaiable. I configured two email account with respective pop server names. The pop server of France Télécom is pop.orange.fr, while the pop server of Numéricâble is pop.numericable.fr When I retrieve mail, I get a pop up message box telling me that an authentication error occured with France Télécom (a.k.a Orange) pop server (I captured the message box as a JPEG image to send it to you). However, this is not correct, because after clicking OK, I get another message box proposing to reconfigure my password (appearing as ********), I just tick the "remember password", and click OK without entering the passaword, and then it works again (I can retrieve mails from France Télécom). My speculation : Thunderbird provides to France Télécom some security data that is belonging to Numéricâble. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Have to email account with different pop servers 2. retrieve mail 3. Actual Results: A message box telling that there is one authentication problem with one of the pop servers (the more recently configured) Expected Results: This message box should not have popped up I will try to attach the JPEG of the message box, if I can find how to do this (this is my 1st bug report). Note that I don't think that I mis-configured the France Télécom account, because as I explained above, just by clicking OK on the following message box, without entering the password, it works again.
I'm using two POP accounts since three years using all TB versions during this time under WinXP but I cannot remember having a problem like Vincent descibed. Maybe it was a config problem or it is solved with a newer TB version. After more than two years this bug should be taken out (shorts the list!).
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