I know this may be a lame question, but can I use Thunderbird with my Chrome browser and gmail account?

I don't presently have firefox browser and have been very comfortable with Chrome for years now; can I use Thunderbird with my Chrome browser? I want to manage a large mailing list for a non-profit group that wants me to use Thunderbird.
thank you,
Reuben

If you got someone else email than that's a BIG error and it has nothing to do with whatever client you are using. You send your credentials to gmail and they connected to another account, not even Google would like to do that.
Either you send the wrong credentials and then you happend to have the same password as this other account. Try using webmail on that account.
Change your password!!! If you can access that account he/she can access yours.

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