I currently use Thunderbord Portable on my USB drive with satisfaction. But for some weeks I have been wondering if it could be possible to use it from a cloud storage. I know this is a popular discussion already discussed, but I couldn't find a post expressly dedicated, at least about Thunderbird.
Imagine that I move my Thunderbird Portable directory (i.e. my whole application) from USB drive to a Cloude storage (Ubuntu One, for example, to which I am registered).
Now I login to Ubuntu One, browse the Thunderbird Portable directory storaged there, and finally double-click to ThunderbirdPortable.exe. What's happen? I imagine that the OS will try to download the .exe, or directly open it, although we know that direct opening is in fact a downloading to a temporary location.
Will Thunderbird regularly work?
What kind of informations will be downloaded to the local computer?
p.s. One could say: -Why don't you try and see what happens?- You're right, but I'd like to hear other's experiences before trying.