Re: any way to know when messages are downloading in thunderbird?
I have been using Thunderbird for years and have had little or no issues with it. It's very straight forward and there is at least in my mind not much of a learning curve. There are things such as filters that take a bit or time to learn, but they are doable. It functions much like most windows programs do. Good Luck & Have A Great Day!
On 27-Mar-19 14:19, Carolyn Arnold wrote:
I do use JAWS. I was just giving some consideration to changing to Thunderbird, wondered if it was fairly easy to use. Best regards, Carolyn -----Original Message----- From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Troy Burnham Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2019 9:45 PM To: main@TechTalk.groups.io Subject: Re: [TechTalk] any way to know when messages are downloading in thunderbird? Oh sorry, I always forget to mention what screen reader I'm using and it's jaws. I've been saying I'm going to switch to NVDA but I haven't yet. Troy On 3/26/2019 8:25 PM, Howard Traxler wrote:To get new mail, it's shift F5. If you're using NVDA, the beeps indicate the progress bar and then windows plays the mail received sound when finished. Howard On 3/26/2019 8:13 PM, Troy Burnham wrote:Hi all, I have messages set to download in thunderbird but there's no indication that anything is happening and it takes so long at times that I'm almost ready to give up when I hear the "got e-mail" sound. Is there any way to remedy this so I know if anything is downloading or not? Also, a friend of mine is a thunderbird user and he told me to use f5 to check my messages. That either doesn't work, or maybe it's the same situation as above and something is downloading and I don't realize it. Btw I have 2 e-mail accounts and both are set to download at the same time if that matters. Thanks in advance for any help. Troy