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AT & T is my i.s.p and I can't even figure out how to get started setting up a thunderbird account, or if it's even possible. I'm just so disgusted ...
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    thnuderbird and AT & T isp ?


    AT & T is my i.s.p and I can't even figure out how to get started setting up a thunderbird account, or if it's even possible. I'm just so disgusted with gmail and yahoo and msn amil, always wanting me to " ADD YOUR CELL PHONE TO PROTECT YOU" hogwash messages all the time, the only protection I need is from them lol. any info much appriciated, thanks

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    I'm not a fan of email clients, so I have no first hand experience with Thunderbird.
    But typically, you just need a few pieces of information to add your email address to one.
    Are you looking to add your Gmail account to Thunderbird?
    If so, help can be found on Gmails 'Support' pages: IMAP - Gmail Help
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    Increasingly few email providers provide POP for free accounts.

    You need the pop address thing for your email provider, probably search it up on the internet and bits of other data, it's not that demanding. E.g. AT&T Wireless-

    file/new/email account or Edit/account details. In Thunderbird.
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