Question about Google Gmail
I have a thunderbird 2.0 and it asks for my gail password
i give it and it says it will not accept password.
Billy Reeves is my name. The first thing to do is reboot. Log into Thunderbird. (Thunderbird will download your email to your hard drive. Thunderbird receives this data from the Internet Service Provider that you pay for monthly, or yearly.
Now login into your gmail account.
Make sure that account is functioning correctly.
You can have your gmail forwarded to your thunderbird account by choosing settings in gmail.
Google offers a wealth of info right on their site.
Import contacts to gmail or export contacts to Thunderbird.
Don't be afraid to click on the Help tab.
Posted on May 08, 2009
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A. Create App Password in Microsoft Account 1. Open your Microsoft account security settings page by clicking on following link:how that helps good luck.
Open Microsoft Account Security Settings Page
2. You'll see "App passwords" section at the bottom of the page which shows following information:
Some apps and devices don't support security codes. In these cases, you need to create an app password to sign in. 3. Click on "Create a new app password" link and it'll immediately provide you a new password generated randomly.
Now you can use this new password to sign in to a 3rd party mail app or device.
B. Create Application Specific Password in Gmail Account
1. Open your Google account settings page by clicking on following link:
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2. Now click on "Security" tab given in left-side pane. Scroll down on the page and you'll see "Connected applications and sites" section at the bottom of the page.
3. Click on "Manage access" button and it'll open a new page showing following information:Some applications that work outside a browser aren't yet compatible with 2-step verification and cannot ask for verification codes, for example: email programs including Outlook, Apple Mail, or Thunderbird, older Android smartphones. To use these applications, you need to generate an application-specific password. 4. Type any desired name in given text box and click on "Generate password" button.That's it. It'll immediately provide you a new password which can be used in any mail app or device to sign in.PS: If you want to remove or disallow any mail app or device to access your account, you can remove existing app password or revoke access from devices using the same account security settings pages as mentioned in above instructions.
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