I use Thunderbird on Linux 64-bit (official download from Thunderbird website). I have a large Inbox, a little bit more than 10000 messages, many with attachments, so my … (leer más)
I use Thunderbird on Linux 64-bit (official download from Thunderbird website). I have a large Inbox, a little bit more than 10000 messages, many with attachments, so my INBOX file is quite large. I connect to my server using IMAP, and messages get syncrohonized so I can work offline if necessary.
Many times (lots of them actually), if I send a messasge and grag and drop an attachment FROM ANOTHER MESSAGE in my Inbox (I can open it in the original message, no problem there), the moment I send this new message (or save it as a draft), it will tell me that the file is no longer available for me to send. I then have to delete it in the composing window and attach it again. Sometimes I've had to do this several times and eventually the message will go through.
First I suspected it could be drive storage, but I've got plenty of it. Then I suspected it could be related to the INBOX file structure in my profile, so I repaired folder, but that didn't fix it either. A couple of days ago I deleted my account and set it up again. It was working fine until this morning TB asked to compact the file, so I did and the problem just reappeared.
I've come to a point in which I cannot use TB at all cause most of my daily work consists of paperwork in digital form that I get from clients and, once I get all files from them, I build a lone message and send it to the government agencies I work with.
People in my office using Windows don't seem to be affected by this. I'm the only one using Linux and suffering from this. I use Debian 11, and the problem seems to happen in the official TB package distributed in Debian, the one in Ubuntu which I installed manually, and also with the official TB package from mozilla website.
Anyone can help me with this?