** Observed with 12/7/2001 Win32 build ** 1. I use IMAP mail. 2. When I am reading msgs in Inbox, I keep on using "N" to get to the next new msg. 3. I noticed that the application hang when there are no more new msgs. When I looked at Task Manager, CPU usage was 100%. 4. (I think this action in step 3 is supposed to bring up a dialog that prompts user to choose to move to the next mailbox or Cancel.) I saw a similar problem reported in the mozilla mail newsgroup for secure NNTP news reading. The text of the post is quoted below: From: David Orriss Jr <email@example.com> Date: December 7, 2001 "I've run into a bug with .96 Mozilla that didn't exist in prior releases... If I get to the end of new posts in a regular NNTP-newsgroup, and press N for next, I get the prompt to go to the next news group with an OK and CANCEL button. No problem. However, if I get to the end of new posts in a SECURE NNTP-newsgroup, and press N for next, Mozilla hangs and sucks up 100% of the CPU."
Navin, is this a dup of your folder navigation performance bug?
this will be fixed when bug 104610 gets checked in. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 104610 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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