Build: Current trunk CVS, Windows 2000 (but applies to all OSs) Summary: Send button should be disabled until we have a recipient. Steps to Reproduce: 1. Launch mozilla.exe -compose or just do a CTRL+M to bring up the compose window. Expected Results: Until you have a recipient, the Send button should be disabled. Actual Results: The Send button is enabled, and of course gives an error, "Sending of message failed: No recipients were specified...", etc. etc. Logic: In commercial builds were the Spell button exists on this toolbar, we disable that button until we have text to check in the body. Strange that Outlook Express 6 and Netscape Messenger 4.x both have this button also enabled, and both give the same expected error. It's seemingly such an obvious bug. Is there any reason it should be enabled until we have a recipient? I can't think of any.
Assignee: ducarroz → varada
changing QA contact from Sheela to Gregg
QA Contact: sheelar → meehansqa
taking all of varada's bugs.
Assignee: varada → sspitzer
Assignee: sspitzer → nobody
Severity: normal → enhancement
QA Contact: meehansqa
I am not sure there is any composition code in mailnews where this can be done. This should be moved to Seamonkey. Thunderbird bug is bug 431217.
Summary: Send button should be disabled until we have a recipient. → Port |Bug 431217 - Send button should be disabled until we have a recipient| to SeaMonkey
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Closed: 3 months ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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