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    Mozilla Thunderbird email deletion problem

    When I have read an email and delete it that email plus the next one is also deleted. How can I correct this problem?

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    Do not "Double-Click" the "Delete" button, just "Click" it one time.
    Do you "Believe"? Do you vote? Please Read:
    LEARN something today so you can TEACH something tomorrow.
    DETAIL in your question promotes DETAIL in my answer.
    Dominus Vobiscum <))>(

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    That's what I was doing and the left click deleted two emails.

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    It's possible your mouse is double clicking because the button is going bad.
    "If You Are Reading This In English, Thank A VET"

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    Thanks for the suggestion. I'll have to check that out.

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    Defective mouse was the correct diagnosis; thanks for the tip. Never had a mouse go bad before.

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