We're talking 5 to 10MB of attachments on many of his daily emails.
I have never figured out why it has become so acceptable to send such large attachments. Our industry happens to be aircraft sales but the same scenario could exist in Real Estate, automobiles, yachts or any business that needs to send lots of photos back and forth. The executive will work all day on the office computer, log off and then work all evening on the home office computer.
When in that screen, locate the Discord folder, open it, and rename "update.exe" to "update1.exe".
If you happen to be on an Windows 8.1 there's an extra step that you'll need to take in upgrading your . You can do so, by making all available system updates to your OS (even the optional ones) That should do the trick!
I see this happening in TB5.0.2 with L1.0b5 -- I subscribed to a read-only remote caldav calendar with *LOTS* of events in it, and with caching enabled I see TB creating, opening, closing and deleting $profile\calendar-data\cache.sqlite-journal repeatedly, it looks like once per event!
I managed to open the file in emacs once while it was still open; the file contained an awful lot of ^@ characters, some email addresses matching people in the calendar, and then several CREATE TABLE commands at the tail of the file.
I still have this problem with Thunderbird 8.0 and Lightning 1.0 for 2 Google calendars and 3 intranet ics calendars under Windows 7 x64.
The troubleshooter performs three actions: To run the troubleshooter, hit Start, search for “troubleshooting,” and then run the selection that search comes up with.