This is the last one regarding Thunderbird3 handling of mails, I promise :-)
I never used it, and the fella I'm setting it up often receives mails with attachments - in size from 1 to 10 mb (in short, it collects up over the months).
He had problems with Outlook, and that's why I suggested moving to Thunderbird. Now, just to be sure, I'm asking. Can he expect some problems with that scenario ?
A lot of mails with attachments in the inbox is bad ... I told him to archive anything he doesn't need. How does archiving mails deal with attachments differently from just leaving them in inbox ?
Can he expect a major slowdown and corruption of mails over the time ? Experiences ?
For reasons not specified, separating attachments from mails is not an option for now. Not even considered at this point.