It’s seem that 150 Gb in a Thundirdbird profile is… Exceptional, at least.
In the Internet, in the network, and access to the data history, there’s alway the problematc: where to put the data?
With an analisys, you will know the answer, you will know where to put the data.
For exemple: the DNS… You can put locally, or on the Network,or let the provider DNS, or use a root DNS. When you analyse this situation, you can see where to put your dns server. In general, for an enterprise, it’s on the local network.
Other exemple: Browser cache… there’s a local cache, the proxy cache, the provider cache… And so on… Depending of your broadband, you will see if a proxy on your network worth or not.
Even a Cloud service, is not more than another someone computer with a system of cache to be rapidly accessible.
So, a profile of 150 Gb must be local!
You can think about how to archive this profile and how to backup to profile.
Is all data in this profile must be instant accessible? Is there somethinf that can be arquived? or splited by pertinence, by year or other organization system.
150 Gb… THere’s something wrong.
Just think that Outlook, with x10 fewer data was already in collapse