tb-planning Digest, Vol 110, Issue 41

MJWestkamper mjwestkamper at weiinc.com
Wed Apr 17 18:23:42 UTC 2019


An archive feature would be welcomed I believe. I don't know the volume 
of e-mail that is stored, but it must be petabytes. And I surmise that 
applies to all users albeit personal, business and government.

E-mail is arguably the greatest source if historical record of all time. 
The value of an archive that can be indexed/searched by when, who, what, 
attachments and key words is significant. To have to delete a gigabyte 
of historical records for the sake of space on a local disk seems sort 
of odd in this day and age.

I would hasten to add, the ability to select the place to store the 
archived e-mail, whether on a second HDD, a USB drive, a DVD or the 
cloud could also serve as a backup.

If there is an interest we can develop the use cases to add to the 
consideration of the Thunderbird topology.

Mike


On 4/17/2019 2:34 AM, Eyal Rozenberg wrote:
> On 17/04/2019 3:25, Christopher Leidigh wrote:
>> What I think also might be good is to have a set of
>> these extensions as a recommended business collection perhaps with the
>> setup Wizard.
> There's a bugzilla bug about such a mechanism:
>
> sm/tb/ff installer should offer list of a.m.o. extensions for installation
> https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=326514
>
> of course, that bug was not specifically about backup, or business etc.
> The installer could combine recommendations based on system features it
> can determine (like the locale), and on the user checking some boxes
> with text such as "I am a business user" or "I am a developer" etc.
>
> Eyal
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