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ThunderBird is using a lot of HD space

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by floyd11, Apr 10, 2008.

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    floyd11 Thread Starter

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    I use TB 2.0.0.12 with XP pro. In the TunderBird\profiles\****default\extensions\first of the list of extensions\logfiles\ folder, I have a bunch of logfiles for each day. There are about 20 of them and everyday a new set of 20 appear accumulating a ton of them. I go in and am able to delete manually all the ones previous to current days files with no ill effect saving me a bunch of HD space.
    What I would like to know is there anyway to limit the number of days it saves the logfiles for automatically? Maybe something in the options I am missing.
    Floyd
     
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    Thanks everyone. I just found where I had logging enabled in the Webmail extension.
    Thanks again.
    Floyd
     
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