How to protect your Thunderbird passwords with a Master Password
In your Thunderbird email you can save your each account passwords, so no need to re-enter them when you check for new email. A user can view them as well as eliminate the ones they don’t want to use anymore.
The best part is if you share a PC, and do not want share stored passwords with the master password feature, then Thunderbird will allow you to enter a master password in order to see as well as use the passwords you’ve said Thunderbird to remember. If you have a set master password, then you’ll only require type it once per session.
Steps to Defining a master password:-
Step 1: From the top of the Thunderbird window-> either click the Tools menu or simply press Alt + T -> choose “Options”
Step 2: Click on the Application menu -> select Options
Step 3: Choose the Security panel
Step 4: Select the tab Passwords
Step 5: From the opened window check option “Use a master password”.
Step 6: At the Change Master Password dialog select the strong password that is the combination of capital letter, digits, non-alphanumeric character, like: $@ # % & ^ * ( ) etc.
Step 7: Click OK, to set the master password.
In case you are not able to follow above given steps, then contact at Thunderbird customer support to do this task in the presence of experts. The Thunderbird customer support number is available at reliable phone directory Mycustomerservice with ease.