How To Delete Mozilla Thunderbird Account.
Are you fed up using your Mozilla Thunderbird account, and as such you wish to cancel (close) or even deactivate your account?
If the above is the case then don’t bother because here is the right place where you can learn how to cancel (close) or even deactivate your account.
There are various reasons why you may wish to delete your Mozilla Thunderbird account among all of them is email spamming by the company.
Meanwhile, Mozilla Thunderbird is a free and open-source software client that lets its users send, receive and manage emails by downloading the software on their computer. The website lets its users create and edit account information, upload picture, register an email account, send and receive an email, chat with other registered members.
How To Delete Mozilla Thunderbird Account
Users of this account, have two methods of deleting their account, namely:
- Delete account by email
- And delete account through the Software.
How To Cancel Your Account By Email
You can delete your account by sending an email to the company, requesting them to delete your account from their database.
Therefore, follow these steps below:
Step 1. Open your email account that is registered with the application or website.
Step 2. Now compose an email and enter the email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 3. On Subject Type “REQUEST TO DELETE MY ACCOUNT”.
Step 4. Now write an email requesting them to delete your account from their database, and to wipe all your information with them, if any.
Here is a SAMPLE on how to write such an email
Cancel your Account through the Software
Follow these steps below:
Step 1. Open your Thunderbird Software
Step 2. Click in TOOLS which is given at top menu section
Step 3. Now a drop-down menu will appear, click on ACCOUNT SETTINGS.
Step 4. At the bottom of Account Settings, click on REMOVE ACCOUNT
Step 5. Follow the instructions to delete your account.
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