Thunderbird shows a popup that says, “The current operation on ‘Inbox(or one of your folders)’ did not succeed. The mail server for account (your account name) responded: Command Error. 12.”, when it tries to access an IMAP account.
The error happens with some servers that does not support “ID command”.
Go [Option] – [Advanced], click [Config Editor] and fnd the following pref.
It is true by default. Toggle it to false by double-clicking on it. Close the editor and restart Thunderbird.
This will remove any temporary files that may be causing the problem, but will not delete your files or settings.
1. With the phone powered off, press the VOL DOWN KEY for 2-3 seconds then POWER key then release.
2. The device will display different BOOT OPTIONS
3. Use the VOL DOWN Key to SCROLL to Recovery and VOL UP Key to select Tip: If the device reboots, you may have waited to long to make a selection, you will need to begin the process again.
4. The device will display the Motorola logo and then the Android in distress ( logo with Exclamation mark)
5. Press and hold the VOL UP key for 10-15 seconds. While still holding the VOL UP key tap and release the POWER key Tip: You can try this step, holding the phone in landscape. If you are stuck on step 6, try a force reboot by pressing the Power key and Vol Down key, and start the process again.
6. The device will display additional menu options (Text will appear in BLUE)
7. Use the VOL DOWN Key to scroll to wipe cache partition and the POWER Key to select this option
8. The device will then perform the partition wipe
9. The device will reboot and start the normal power up sequence
This MEX package enables MATLAB to access SQLite databases via SQL queries. I wrote it because previous solutions did not do what I wanted in a simplistic way. The zip file below contains source code and 32-bit & 64-bit binaries for MS Windows.
The code was tested with SQLITE 3.11.0, MATLAB 2015b and Visual Studio Community 2015. You may need to install Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2015 from the Microsoft website to run the included MEX binaries. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but without any warranty.
The issue occurs because a newer version of the Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable is present on the computer. The June 2010 DirectX SDK installs version 10.0.30319 of the Visual C++ Redistributable.