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Send mail FoxyPreviewer & Thunderbird

Send mail FoxyPreviewer & Thunderbird

Send mail FoxyPreviewer & Thunderbird

Hi, I recently updated thunderbird to version 60.5.2 since then the button to send mail from foxypreviewer does not work and gives an error.

I have seen that with previous versions it does not give problems but in every computer that updates Thunderbird the foxypreviewer button stops working.

Any ideas?

RE: Send mail FoxyPreviewer & Thunderbird

Good news...


Changes to the MAPI interface have caused problems when sending a file from the Windows desktop or a folder via "Sent to > Mail recipient" or via an external application like an office package, for example LibreOffice. To solve this problem, reinstall Thunderbird 60.5.2 from one of these locations:
http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/thunderbird/releases/60... 64bit version).
Files with non-ASCII characters in their name also cause a malfunction. Two alternative workarounds exist:

On Windows 10, set the system code page to UTF-8 (beta feature, see Region Settings, system locale)
Reset this registry entry
HKLM\SOFTWARE\Clients\Mail\Mozilla Thunderbird - SupportUTF8 to 0

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