This is a continuation of yesterday's question, but I'm getting
frustrated with Outlook and it's little glitches, and people want spam
filtering. Most of our users have thousands upon thousands of messages
stored in folders (some have 70k plus), and is why we don't use IMAP.
Is Thunderbird stable enough and 'corruption-proof' to handle such
loads? No one really uses any Outlook specific features such as
calandar and the like. I personally like it, but don't know how it will
do. Any comments?