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SubjectRe: Query: Patches break with Microsoft exchange server.
 On 8/11/2010 9:16 PM, Jeffrey Hundstad wrote:
> Hello,
> Exchange 2010 does not handle IMAP "chunking" (partial message transfer)
> correctly. Any request after about 1 megabyte of total message size
> will fail.
> Thunderbird uses this "chunking" feature to give you a status update
> while downloading large messages. The IMAP statements are of this type:
> 11 UID fetch 244477 (UID RFC822.SIZE BODY[]<20480.12288>)
> When the 20480 is larger than 1MB Exchange "claims" there is no more.
> Sigh....
> Fortunately you can disable this feature. To disable this in
> Thunderbird you can go to the Advanced configuration and disable the
> following feature, by setting it to false:
> mail.server.default.fetch_by_chunks

I tried this but problem is still there.


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