Thunderbird 3 beta2 and new locale: uk-UA

Today’s 0.8.7 release includes support for the latest beta release of Thunderbird 3.

The addon has been translated into Ukranian (thanks to nazar_ko).

Bugfixes are listed in the release notes.

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12 Responses to “Thunderbird 3 beta2 and new locale: uk-UA”

  1. Paul Says:

    THANK YOU so much for this extension. I went searching explicitly for an extension like this an found it. Now my email contacts will never be lost again in a another windows crash.

  2. Maurice Says:

    Can we expect an update for Tb 3 beta 3 ?

  3. leni Says:

    @Maurice, the testing release supports tb3b3.

  4. Tristan Says:

    Installs fine, and when i try to test the connection it says:

    Login failed:

    The Zindus addon isn’t compatible with pre-releases of Thunderbird.
    For more information, see the FAQ: http://www.zindus.com/faq-thunderbird/#roadmap-thunderbird-3

    using Karmic 64, Shredder 3.0pre2 or Schredder 3.2a1pre

  5. Tristan Says:

    Installs fine, and when i try to test the connection with my google account it says:

    Login failed:

    The Zindus addon isn’t compatible with pre-releases of Thunderbird.
    For more information, see the FAQ: http://www.zindus.com/faq-thunderbird/#roadmap-thunderbird-3

    using Karmic 64, Shredder 3.0pre2 or Schredder 3.2a1pre

  6. Tristan Says:

    I AM SO SORY!!!

    I’ve read the faq (the #roadmap-thunderbird-3 does not exist on the page) and I’ve added

    extensions.zindus.system.as_allow_pre_release

    in the config editor. But now it says

    Check your email address and password by logging in via the browser. Also check Thunderbird proxy settings.

    http status code: 403

    Checked the email address (twice), password and thunderbird proxy settings which are set to DIRECT CONNECTION

  7. leni Says:

    @Tristan, 403 is an error status code returned from google. I would try
    - type your email address and password into notepad
    - copy and paste them into gmail.com to be sure that you can login using them
    - copy and paste them into Thunderbird/Tools/Zindus/Edit Account and select “Test Connection”

    If you’re still getting an error then have a look at the logfile for clues and if you’re still stuck then feel free to email it through. For the location, see reporting bugs.

  8. Tristan Says:

    I opened Zindus account, copied the address in the clipboard, pasted in a text editor, then copied it again and pasted it back to Zindus, tested connection and NOW ITS WORKING!!!!

    Amazing!!! I don’t know what it was!!!

  9. leni Says:

    @Tristan, excellent!

  10. jeff Says:

    I have had to install Thunderbird 3 again. Just as I have done previously, I installed Zindus, then entered by gmail.com account name and password in the settings. When I click on “Test Connection” I am getting the following error:

    Login failed:

    Check your email address and password by logging in via the browser. Also check Thunderbird proxy settings.

    http status code: 403

    My Thunderbird proxy settings are set to system proxy settings which are direct connection to internet. I’ve done nothing I have not done before. I’m confused….

    I’m running
    Thunderbird 3.0.4
    Lightning 1.0b1
    Provider for Google Calendar 0.6b1
    Zindus 0.8.13.3

    Can anyone give me some ideas on how to proceed with troubleshooting? I’m stumped.. :(

    tx…
    jeff

  11. jeff Says:

    Please disregard my previous message.

    I had an “I” “D” “10″ “T” (IDIOT) problem (entered wrong password - forgot case sensitive).

    my bad..

    It works great now !! :)

  12. Danis Says:

    I also got the same 403 error Tristan did:

    Check your email address and password by logging in via the browser. Also check Thunderbird proxy settings.

    http status code: 403

    After copying my email and password from Notepad the error really disappeared! I don’t understand why the error appeared in the first place, but… well it works now!

    Thanks for the great plugin!

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