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can't see content sent items on thunderbird

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Hi,

I can't see the contents of the sent items on thunderbird 2.0.0.24, i see a blank email or with strange characters.
However i can send and receive mails without trouble, only when i want to see the content from sent items i can't do that.
What can cause this?

Thanks.

Best regards,
Telmo Latas
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It was create an alternative sent items folder.
It seems to be the size is too high.

Best regards,
Telmo Latas
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