I have note that when i Forward from t.vutha [-whirlpool-] of.forum [-spot-] org.kh to other domain like gmail.com, yahoo.com..ect it working using the Thunder Bird Portable.
But if i Forward to other mail which has the same domain @of.forum.org.kh . The receiptient don't received the email that i forwarded. I don't know where the email gone . I have tested in my whole organization .It not working .It working only if we Forward to other mail which have different domain .
Please help to resolve it as soon as possible .Thanks
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I've tested that against yahoo.ca, and it worked fine.
Have you also tried forwarding within Yahoo, and Gmail, or only within the "of.forum.org.kh"?
(Thunderbird Portable installed locally, version 18.104.22.168)
Yes only within "of.forum.org.kh" is not working .To other domain is okay for the forwarding .
P.S: For sending and reply is okay for all .
And, how about a regular (non-portable) edition of Thunderbird or other client, like Windows' Outlook Express? Same thing?
The other mail client like MS Outlook , or Outlook Express is working fine for the forwarding .
Please help me to resolve it .Thanks
First, I see that a clarification is needed regarding addressing me as "Support". Well, I'm not being that at all, just an average user of the software, giving only some hints.
Second, a question still remains about the non-portable Thunderbird. Have you had a chance to test it. If yes, does the forwarding work as supposed to?
Third, how common is this problem with missing forwarded messages using Thunderbird Portable? Is it possible that some would not see the messages if they were forwarded as attachments, instead of inline text?
And last, until the solution is found, a workaround for not being able to forward would be simply sending a copy of the message.
Added by edit:
Just forgot to mention, that, when troubleshooting a portable app like Thunderbird, it is advisable, in some cases, to use a clean (an out of box) copy. Very easy to apply. Thanks to Portable Apps developers.