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    Question Gmail suspicious logins under my IPV6?

    every few days I keep getting locked out of my 4 gmail addresses. Gmail says it's from an unknown device and only gives me the IPv6. I checked my IPv6 using these 2 sites but I get 2 different IPs on both:

    http://ipv6-test.com/
    https://test-ipv6.com/

    on the 2nd site I get the IPv6 that matches what gmail says was the suspicious login. I see all my devices except Thunderbird so I'm thinking that might be the cause. It started happening after updating to v60, so I went back to an older version but it still kept happening, updated to v60 again. In the Thunderbird forum they say it's because gmail doesn't recognise it yet, but it's been over a month so I'm sure they would've sorted it by now. I updated all my passwords multiple times, doesn't make a difference.

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    Soaring like an Eagle gary67's Avatar
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    Default Re: Gmail suspicious logins under my IPV6?

    That's weird I use Tbird with Gmail just fine so don't think its that

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    Default Re: Gmail suspicious logins under my IPV6?

    So go into your Gmail account and mark the Thunderbird as an approved mode of access.

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    Default Re: Gmail suspicious logins under my IPV6?

    I've looked everywhere but can't find that option.

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