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The Thunderbird team released update 102.7.0 for the email app. The update fixes a number of bugs, but one important change is that the client will not automatically update due to a conflict with Microsoft 365 Enterprise accounts.

The Thunderbird 102.7.0 changelog.

  • Localized versions and language packs use the “comm-l10n” library; no changes are required for downstream builds using official language packs
  • Fixes an issue where opening too many files when launching the application caused MSF files to be lost
  • Copying emails from a local folder to another folder on Windows 7 devices could cause an “Another Operation is using the folder” issue.
  • Allow incorrectly formatted email addresses to generate the pill
  • Fixes a possible failure to create a security exception for messages sent with a self-signed certificate when the hostname contains capital letters
  • Fix very slow S / MIME certificate validation
  • OpenPGP key import failed for key blocks with comments containing Unicode characters
  • Fix the chat conversation sidebar being too wide in some cases, causing scrollbars to be unusable
  • On the Mac, using the “backspace” key to delete an event from the Today pane deleted the selected message

A bug not yet fixed in this update is OAuth2 authentication, which does not apply to Microsoft 365 Enterprise accounts. Due to a critical authentication issue with Microsoft Microsoft 365 business accounts, Thunderbird will not automatically update to 102.7.0.

Thunderbird running requirements.

  • Windows: Windows 7 or higher
  • Mac: Mac OS X 10.12 or higher
  • Linux: GTK+ 3.14 or higher

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