I don’t know whether this is actually a bug or not. Even more so I don’t know if it is specific to Portable Thunderbird or not.
Since upgrading to 184.108.40.206. I had a lot of trouble getting it to work properly. I could send and receive mail but when I tried to open it I just got an “alert” message saying that the path I was actually using was not available. I could follow the path and it was indeed the one I was using.
After struggling with it for quite some time I have eventually discovered what the problem was. It’s a strange one ! :o)
On my flash drive I sometimes put “##” at the end of folder names so I can easily find them amongst a long list. I have always had ## at the end of my Portable Thunderbird folder as I regularly check it.
This has been ok until Portable Thunderbird 220.127.116.11. when all of a sudden this seems to cause problems. All I did was to rename the folder by removing the “##” and it worked !!
I have struggled so long with this and to find out it is something so simple is almost heart breaking ! Do you know why I have experienced this since it never used to matter with previous versions ?
Thanks for a great application John and I wish you well with all your work.