Re: NVDA in Employment
Vincent Le Goff <vincent.legoff.srs@...>
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You know, that doesn’t sound so surprising. I, to, have over 10 years of emails. Windows mail (which I’m currently using) told me in no uncertain terms it won’t download more than a year of my emails (fine with me) but I could still search for older emails. So I would think it might be worth doing that on Thunderbird. I don’t know if there’s a setting to tell Thunderbird to only sync the last month as you said, and to clean up the 10 years of unnecessary emails and see if that’s better. I would hope so!
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From: David Csercsics
Sent: Monday, August 26, 2019 12:43 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA in Employment
I was able to track down the thunderbird slowness to Google's silly
behaviour of archiving mail instead of deleting it from the server when
I deleted it in the client. I'm not sure how to get around this, other
than to go on the web mail and clean out the mail periodically, though I
think telling it to sync only 30 days worth of stuff should get me a lot
of the way there as well. I had something like 8 years of mail synced to
"all mail" locally, so no wonder it'd be slow. Even SSD would be slow
with a 7 gig data chunk like that.