On 02/17/09 08:47, u...@domain.invalid wrote: > u...@domain.invalid wrote: >> Hi, >> >> My imap server is at mail.servername.com, while my username is >> myn...@servername.com. >> >> If I try to set my username as myn...@servername.com in thunderbird >> while setting up an imap account, it automatically appends the imap >> server to it, which makes the username become >> myn...@firstname.lastname@example.org. >> >> If I just enter my username, thunderbird turns the username into >> myn...@mail.servername.com, which isn't the user name my server accepts.
I use SeaMonkey 1.1.13 on Linux and Windows (actually, I've been using it since 1.0.4, I think) and have an IMAP server. My IMAP server name is mail.mehconsulting.com and I'm able to provide my user name without any intervention from SeaMonkey at all. Perhaps there's a setting somewhere which causes SeaMonkey to append the server name onto the user name, but I'm not aware of it. Sorry I don't have a solution, but just wanted to let you know how it's working for me. >> >> His there some way to override thunderbird 'helping' my by completing >> the username? If it just accepted only what I entered it'd be fine. >> >> Thanks in advance for any help! > > > Sorry I wrote thunderbird but it's the same with SeaMonkey.. _______________________________________________ support-seamonkey mailing list email@example.com https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/support-seamonkey