We have been through this to death. Please see previous threads.
I as well as others top post as in my opinion it is outdated.
Post as you wish.
Moz Champion (Dan) wrote:
> ad...@mmri.us wrote:
>> That's nothing.
>> I am running over 8GB and have all my mails since 1998 and never lost
>> anything on Linux.
>> Here is the output of my $ du -H
>> 8.1G /cxbro3sb.slt
>> Before that, using NT and Win95/98 I lost mails about once every 6
>> months due to Windows going corrupt dumping check files all over the
>> Although there is a horde of irritating non-working things in
>> Mozilla/Seamonkey, the entire Netscape/Mozilla/Seamonkey migration path
>> I followed never sacrificed my mail and that is worth gold compared to
>> the bugs and irritations.
>> Outlook users I know, regularly lose their mail, approximately every 2
>> years or shorter.
>> Moz Champion (Dan) wrote:
>>> thats over 2,350,00kb or 2,300mb or slightly more than 2 gigabytes
> Um, please bottom post or intersperse in these newsgroups (or mailing
> lists), thank you for your consideration in this regard
> And the object/intent of my message was NOT discussing how many email
> you can store safely in Thunderbird, but how many you can download at
> ONE time!
> You may have 8gb of mail built up since 1998, but you don't download
> them all at one time, and the question of the OP was why the count
> went backwards when you did.
> Your comment is superfleous
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