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Hi

Experiencing the following problem. Recently updated Thunderbird to version 3.1 and now find that my incoming mail is going to my thrash folder.
Can anyone offer a reason as to what is causing this irregularity and a solution to overcome this problem.
Any further info required can be forwarded upon request

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I don't use it, but check all the settings & options in Thunderbird, in particular which folder or mailbox all your received messages are assigned to. You should also check the 'rules' setting for the Trash folder. It may be set to trash all mail addressed to you - which obviously needs changing.

Edited by phillipcorcoran, 10 July 2010 - 06:48 AM.

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I don't use it, but check all the settings & options in Thunderbird, in particular which folder or mailbox all your received messages are assigned to. You should also check the 'rules' setting for the Trash folder. It may be set to trash all mail addressed to you - which obviously needs changing.

Hi

Late response regretted. Tks your input. Eventually problem has been solved. Uninstalled/reinstalled program and everything running smoothly once again
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