Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:0.9.6+) Gecko/20011124 Just opening a folder (IMAP, over SSL) with this message in it causes the 3-pane folder view (and the others I would suppose - not tested) to crash. This occurs in both classic and modern themes. Deleting inbox.msf (or any other folder for that matter) does not help - it downloads the headers then crashes - I can move the message out of the folder and it will download the headers and I can read messages, but as soon as I move the message back into the folder, it crashes. I CAN read this message in Netscape Communicator 4.79, and Netscape 6.2. It crashed in the build above and a build from a couple of days ago. I've got several crash data (figuring out which message caused this): TB38460251H, TB38460247E, TB38459494G, TB38458896Y, TB38458844Y, TB38458437G, TB38457844Z, TB38457187K, TB38456897Y, TB38456770X, TB38446618G, TB38411959E, TB38411955Y, TB38411744W. I'll attach the email source.
Created attachment 59077 [details] Source of email that crashes mail client This crashes during the getting of the IMAP headers, but I can open the email without problem when I save the source to email.eml, and then drag to an open browser (of course that doesn't display everything like the mail client ...).
I verified that this doesn't crash on an 11/20 build, but does with 11/24-today's build, and I got the same crash on a second windows 2000 computer that accessed the same IMAP folders (but not over SSL). If it matters, the IMAP server is a Netscape MS4.15p6 running on Windows NT4.0, sp6.
Looks like this has been fixed in the 2001112703 build.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
verified, per reporter's comments.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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