On 11/12/19 12:49 PM, stan via users wrote:
Is sounds like you had automatic login for this site, with the
stored in a central password repository in TB. It also sounds like you
have no other record of the password. You should be able to pull the
password out of the F29 version configuration, and put it in the F31
password configuration. I'm not familiar with TB, so I don't know how,
but I can do that on my mail client, so it should be possible for TB.
Yes, Thunderbird uses a similar process and stores pass word, but the
password it displayed was the wrong one , it was for a different ISP.
Despite that it connected to Wildblue faithfully collecting spam and
putting most of it into a junk file. It also receives some I need to see
occasionally but think that since I do business with them they have a
right to send me advertising daily. I check junk and read what is
important to me. The good guys get sorted into their own directories.
However it occurred to me to look elsewhere and I have it working now
and will fix my records.
And yes, keep my identity stuff in Keepassx2 and refer to it often. The
Wildblue account is rarely configured from scratch and it just never
found its' way into Keepass.
Thanks for the help, Bob.
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA