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On 2/27/2016 12:57 PM, toki <> wrote:
On 27/02/2016 02:05, Tanstaafl wrote:

whereas Thunderbird chokes up and dies under the same conditions.

Please do not spread FUD. This is blatantly false.



Can Thunderbrid really retrieve 2GB per hour from 20+ accounts,
without losing email?

You seriously receive 2+GB of *new* email per *hour*?

Not sure what kind of real world scenario that falls into - unless
you're a spammer and those are bounces from your latest spamathon.

But, as long as you have a big enough pipe, I don't see why it wouldn't
be able to do it, yes, without losing email.

Can Thunderbird really compact folders without losing data, whilst doing
that email retrieval operation?

As long as you aren't attempting to compact the Inbox that is currently
being written to (expecting otherwise is ignorant), and I guarantee you
Outlook would experience corruption in such a case too

If so, I'm really surprised, because the developers told me that those
were "won't fix" bugs.

Really? Care to share the link to said discussion? Because if your
complaint was about a corrupted Inbox when attempting to download 100+MB
of emails to it while compacting it at the same time, then they were
correct to tell you that.

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