User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/39.0.2171.71 Safari/537.36 Steps to reproduce: 1) Mailbox A has 0 unread messages. We are currently in mailbox A. 2) Mailbox B has 1 unread message. 3) Press the shortcut key (N) to go to the next unread message. Actual results: Confirmation dialog pops up to notify the user that the next unread message is not in the current mailbox. Expected results: While this behaviour seems to be intended, and rightfully so, for my usage I would like to have the choice to jump to the next unread message without having the confirmation dialog tell me the message I will jump to is in a different mailbox. Reasoning: 1) personally, it is already very apparent which mailbox a message is under 2) can go through all my emails in all my accounts faster and with a less jarring experience If there can even be a flag that can be set in the configs for advanced users, that would be awesome! Thanks.
You're in luck, set the pref mailnews.nav_crosses_folders // 0: "next" goes to the next folder, without prompting // 1: "next" goes to the next folder, and prompts (the default) // 2: "next" does nothing when there are no unread messages
Hey that's great! Thanks for finding that for me.