Master password prompt appearing at startup even though no account is set to connect automatically

RESOLVED WONTFIX

Status

RESOLVED WONTFIX
5 years ago
22 hours ago

People

(Reporter: Mic, Unassigned)

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trunk
x86
Windows XP

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Description

5 years ago
*** Original post on bio 1431 at 2012-05-14 12:53:00 UTC ***

The master password prompt appears at startup even when no account is set to connect automatically (and I expected that it would only ask for the password when it's actually needed).

The password prompt appears as first window and neither of the contact list/account manager window show until it has been closed (either by entering the password or cancelling it).

Seen on Windows XP but I guess not limited to it?
I see it on Ubuntu Linux as well.
On the behalf of Florian:
Closing bugs related to the Instantbird UI as WONTFIX, as the development of the standalone chat client Instantbird has stopped. Instantbird users are encouraged to migrate to Thunderbird. The user interface of instant messaging in Thunderbird will feel familiar, as the Thunderbird IM support started as a fork of Instantbird.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 23 hours ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
On the behalf of Florian:
Closing bugs related to the Instantbird UI as WONTFIX, as the development of the standalone chat client Instantbird has stopped. Instantbird users are encouraged to migrate to Thunderbird. The user interface of instant messaging in Thunderbird will feel familiar, as the Thunderbird IM support started as a fork of Instantbird.
On the behalf of Florian:
Closing bugs related to the Instantbird UI as WONTFIX, as the development of the standalone chat client Instantbird has stopped. Instantbird users are encouraged to migrate to Thunderbird. The user interface of instant messaging in Thunderbird will feel familiar, as the Thunderbird IM support started as a fork of Instantbird.
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