Solved I uninstalled the Thunderbird email program

January 1, 2014 at 20:16:45
Specs: Windows 7

I need someone's help. I want to get rid of everything of "Thunderbird". I need to load / install a new clean version of Thunderbird.

I uninstalled the email program Thunderbird. Thunderbird is gone, but I still have Thunderbird stuff everywhere...left behind.

See, I want to use a new isp. Well, to do so I have to setup Thunderbird their way. See, I can't uninstall of the Thunderbird I had, so whenever I install a clean Thunderbird, it's not clean and even is filled out for the most part. So...I need to get rid of everything that is Thunderbirds and only then can I put a clean, empty Thunderbird, with the ability to configure to the other isp account.

Someone please tell me how to remove all thunderbird that is left...please.

Thank you all,
Tom Hensley

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January 1, 2014 at 20:59:04
You should use the edit facility to remove your password to avoid unwanted spam and be aware that this is a public forum and email correspondence is not entered into.

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January 2, 2014 at 06:15:00
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There is no need to reinstall Thunderbird just because your Email provider has changed. Thunderbird, like all Email clinets, will accommodate multiple accounts with multiple Email providers.

Just delete the old account and recreate a new one with the new Email addresses.


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January 2, 2014 at 06:29:34
StuartS nailed it.

In addition. do you need to go with the email client provided by your ISP?
Often these are fairly crappy, and limited in function, otherwise they just piggy-back onto an existing provider, like Yahoo (eg BT in the UK).

It means that every time you change ISP, you have to abandon your old email address and start anew.

If you haven't already done so, sign up with an independent email provider, such as Microsoft's, Outlook,com. Yahoo, Googlemail, AOL etc.
That way you don't have to change every time you move ISP.

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January 2, 2014 at 10:22:57
<b>Thank you all so much for your help and CARING ABOUT OTHER PEOPLE HAVING TROUBLE!!!

Tom Hensley

edited by moderator: email removed

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