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Thunderbird is a database of information. The fact that there is no data replication built in is not the inhibiting factor to doing so.

I have underlined the pertinent words from a quoted definition from the previously mentioned URL.

*Database replication* is the frequent electronic copying data _from a __*database*__in __one computer__or server__to a __*database*__in another__so that all users share the same level of information._ The result is a distributed *database* in which users can access data relevant to their tasks without interfering with the work of others.
I believe it says "computer or server" not just server.

*Pretty Good Privacy* (*PGP*) is a data encryption <> and decryption computer program <> that provides cryptographic <> privacy <> and authentication <> for data communication. PGP is often used for signing, encrypting, and decrypting <> texts, e-mails, files, directories, and whole disk partitions and to increase the security of e-mail communications.
Quoted from

The use of Key Exchange for the data replication suggests a way of safely internally exchanging the replicated data.
Most of the engine to use it is already in Thunderbird.
Please see

Why are they not applicable "serverless mail synchronization of local mail stores"?

On 3/2/2016 2:45 PM, Tanstaafl wrote:
Neither of which relate to serverless mail synchronization of local mail

On 3/2/2016 1:17 PM, Paul D. Mirowsky <> wrote:
Ok, I don't know what Data Replication is.
Please see

I don't know what Key Exchange is.
Please see

But I think somebody does.

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