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If problem is gone in safe mode, then the cause is often antivirus software.
*NOTE, disabling antivirus through AV settings has proven over the years to not be a perfect or sufficient test.
Thunderbird 3.0.1 was painfully slow for me on my 2.4 GHz core 2 duo until I took the following steps: Disabled Global Indexing: Note that the path to thunderbird's mailbox files varies with each OS, and exception instructions are specific to your virus scanner.
My theory is this: It looks like Thunderbird 3.0.0 and above generates a huge number of file open, seek or read events causing the virus scanner to scan the mailbox files over and over again.
Sometimes it works, but the only test that can be fully trusted is OS safe mode.
*NOTE, if you altered the default profile location, or location of Thunderbird accounts, to store mail somewhere on a non-standard location, you MUST change your antivirus software to exclude these nonstandard locations.
This only seems to affect scanners that ignore file extensions and scan all files.
One solution is to prevent Thunderbird to save the file since your server is already taking care of that action.I received new mails can delete them (it is updated on the server). However, when I try to send a new message, the message is sent correctly but while trying to save the mail in the ‘Sent’ folder, it hangs forever.What is happening is that Thunderbird wants to save a copy of the sent message in a folder called ‘Sent’ which is located in the root of the account folders.The release of Avast 10.3.2223 ( We think it is that version) has resulted in issues with avasts preventing Thunderbird from functioning correctly.
The workaround appears to be to create an exception in avast for the file in your computers temp folder.
The quickest way to test, is to start Windows in safe mode, or start Mac in safe mode.