Bad outgoing attachments Office 365 in Thunderbird

I have recent issues regarding Bad outgoing attachments Office 365 in Thunderbird. I always sent correct attachments with Thunderbird to mail client like Lotus Notes, or IBM Notes. Recently some workmates moved to Office 365 and, when I send them some attachments like pictures, they visualize badly because the original attachment arrives slightly bigger in size respect.

To the original: in some points of the original file is inserted in the byte ‘0xD’. If the same file is sent to Office 365 from Gmail, the attachment arrives identical. Reading some forums I tried to change some points of the Configuration Editor but no result is founded. Bad outgoing attachments Office 365 in Thunderbird.

Update Thunderbird settings for Office 365

1. Launch Thunderbird.
2. On the first launch, you may be prompted for your password for your email and
Click Cancel.

Bad outgoing attachments Office 365 in thunderbird

3. Mac Users: In Thunderbird, Click on Mail menu, It will show in the upper left corner, next
to the Apple icon.
Click the Account Settings

Windows Users: Click on the Thunderbird Menu button
Click Options then Account Settings.

Bad outgoing attachments Office 365 in thunderbird

 

4. For your email account, click Server Settings.

Bad outgoing attachments Office 365 in thunderbird

5. Under the Account Information tab, change the following settings:
a. Server Name: outlook.office365.com
b. User Name: Your full Primary email address,

Note: You can confirm your primary email address in the HMS White Pages.
6. Click OK

Bad outgoing attachments Office 365 in thunderbird

7. Click on the Outgoing mail Server and select your HMS outgoing mail server then, click Edit.
8. In the Settings window, change the following settings:
a. Server Name: smtp.office365.com
b. Port: 587
c. Connection security: STARTTLS
d. Authentication Method: Normal password
e. User Name: Your full Primary email address, usually in the form of
firstName and lastName. i. Log into ecommons.med.harvard.edu
ii. Click on Preferences
iii. Then, Click  Messaging
iv. Your primary email address appears under the “E-Mail Options” heading

Click OK

Click OK again.

Bad outgoing attachments Office 365 in thunderbird
11. The first time you Send and Receive email, you will be asked to enter your HMS
password.

Thunderbird is now configured to connect to the Office 365 email system.

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How to copy a list of message headers to the clipboard in Thunderbird?

I have a local folder with lots of messages and I just want to copy a list of message headers on the clipboard. Or at least print the list

Thunderbird allows me to ‘select all’ message headings, but whatever you want to do with each message with that message individually I do not want to print or copy all the message content, I Just want to print or copy message headers.

All suggestions or advice will be appreciated. Especially if I can copy the list of headers in the clipboard and then I can use it in MS Excel.

Copy Messages Headers to the Clipboard Thunderbird

copy messages headers to the clipboard Thunderbird

Note:

You can use the ImportExportTools add-on at  https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunde … porttools/    supports exporting a HTML copy of the folder listing using tools -> importexporttools -> export all messages in folder -> “just index” . “just index (csv)” would create a .csv file if you want to import it into Excel.

copy messages headers to the clipboard Thunderbird

How to copy a list with extra message headers to the clipboard?

  • select folder(s) in 3pane window
  • open config editor in options
  • set devtools.chrome.enabled preference to true
  • open error console in developer tools
  • copy and paste the code into error console
  • press enter to run
  • open example tab
  • focus page, select all, copy
  • open excel
  • paste

Select multiple folders group together

  • press and hold the shift key, click the first folder, click the last folder
  • Select multiple folders that are not grouped together:
  • press and hold Ctrl key, click the first folder, click the second folder, click the third folder

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How to attach file in Thunderbird Email?

THUNDERBIRD EMAIL ATTACHMENTS IN A SECONDS

THUNDERBIRD is free and its use to chat, Transfer the files, images. It is very easy and comfortable method to make ATTACHMENTS in THUNDERBIRD.

 To ATTACH a file you need to these steps

  • First, you have to ‘COMPOSE’ a new message
  • ‘ENTER’ EMAIL address
  • ‘ENTER’ SUBJECT
  • ‘CLICK’ TOOLS
  • Now ‘CLICK’ ATTACH

ATTACH FILE IN THUNDERBIRD EMAIL

  • A new window will’OPEN’
  • ‘SELECT’ the file you want to  ‘ATTACHTHUNDERBIRD EMAIL FILE ATTACH
  • Then the ‘FILE NAME’ will appear
  • ‘CLICK’ OPEN
  • Now you can see the FILE is ATTACHED and you see the size of the file which you have ATTACH
  • Now ‘CLICK’ SEND

LARGE ATTACHMENTS IN THUNDERBIRD

  • ‘OPEN’ THUNDERBIRD
  • ‘CLICK’ TOOLS
  • ‘CLICK’ ATTACHMENT
  • ‘CLICK’ OUTGOING
  • ‘CLICK’ (Offer to share the files larger than MB)
  • ‘SET’ the which you want to send

 

In THUNDERBIRD THE FILE SHOULD BE

  • HOT MAIL 25 MB
  • GMAIL 25 MB
  • YAHOO 25MB

 

THUNDERBIRD UP GRADATION

To work smoothly and want to complete your work without any issue. You have to upgrade THUNDERBIRD.

  • ‘CLICK’ MENU bar
  • ‘CLICK’ HELP
  • ‘CLICK’ ABOUT THUNDERBIRD
  • Now you are able to REMOVE any type of ISSUE in THUNDERBIRD while sending large ATTACHMENTS

HOW TO RECEIVE ATTACHMENTS

Want to view to received attachments

  • Then you have to ‘OPEN’ the MESSAGE
  • NOW YOU CAN SEE attachments at the END of the message  
  • If you want to SAVE the ATTACHMENTS
  • Please ‘CLICK’ SAVE
  • NOW ‘CLICK’ MENU
  • ‘CLICK’ OPEN
  • ‘CLICK’ SAVE AS
  • ‘CLICK’ DETACH
  • ‘CLICK’ DELETE

NOW if you want ATTACH all the ATTACHMENTS with a message, you have to

  • ‘SELECT’ONE OF THESE
  • ‘OPEN’ ALL
  • ‘SAVE’ ALL
  • ‘DETACH’ ALL
  • ‘DELETE’ ALL

 

THIS is the best way to attach a file. You can ATTACH not only file but also images, videos, documents. We can attach more than one file at a time. This is the way you can attach whatever you want to share. 

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