Offline timed out when updating

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all to 300, no help here either Any ideas how to fix?I'm having the same issue as outlined here: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1068987 Starting today I have been getting ''connection to server [email protected] out' errors.I've checked password, and all other standard 'is it plugged in?' kind of things - I've gone into the config editor and upped the timeouts of mailnews.tcptimeout, mail.server.server1.timeout, etc.

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