Last weekend two members of the OBM team had the chance to visit Mozilla's Mozcamp EU in Warsaw, as well as the Thunderbird Summit that preceded it. We had a great time and were able to help shape the future of Thunderbird.
With OBM 2.4.1-beta2 today’s release, the memory footprint of OPush during email synchronization, has been amazingly reduced.
Opush is the OBM “MS Exchange ActiveSync” implementation.
For some times now, we know that OPush is very bad at synchronizing emails.
Until 2.4.1-alpha10 version of OPush, when a smartphone asked for new emails, the server loaded all new emails into memory, and then truncated them to the requested size.