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Thunderbird: Read out password

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Read passwords in Thunderbird
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quick start Guide

How you can read out a password stored in Thunderbird is explained in this manual..

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Thunderbird automatically saves the passwords of your linked email accounts. So if you should ever forget your password, you can easily look it up in the program. You can find out exactly how to do this in this article.

Read passwords in Thunderbird

Follow our step-by-step instructions or take a look at the brief instructions .

1st step

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Open Thunderbird and click on the three bars in the top right.

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This opens a menu in which you click on " Settings ".

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Click on " Settings " again.

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Switch to the " Security " area in the sidebar and then to the " Passwords " tab . Then click on " Saved Passwords ... ".

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All accounts saved in Thunderbird will now be displayed. Click on " View Passwords " below .

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For your security you have to confirm the entry with " Yes ". You will now see your passwords in the list next to the user names.

quick start Guide

  1. In Thunderbird, click the burger menu .
  2. Then go to " Settings " and then to " Settings " again.
  3. Now click on " Security "> " Passwords " and then on " Saved Passwords ... ".
  4. Go to " Show passwords " and confirm your entry with " Yes ".

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