Started for me with 2002041206 build. Once you close MailNews window, it will not reopen from any method ("Window" menu, "Email" icon in WindowsXP (if mozilla is default email), command line, or statusbar icons. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Start Mozilla and go into mail. This can be either directly starting a mailnews window or first starting a browser window, then starting mail from it by statusbar icon, or Window menu. 2. Close mail. Leave browser window open. 3. Try to re-open mail by any method. Get an hourglass, then nothing. 4. Exit the last apparent Mozilla window - the browser. Appears to close ok. 5. Mozilla does not unload. Attempt to start mail again fails until the mozilla.exe process is killed in Windows task manager. Actual Results: Mozilla stays loaded with a large memory footprint (28-35 Meg), even without QuickLaunch enabled. No mail window will re-open via any method. If using Quick Launch, cannot re-open mail from the tray icon's context menu for mail. Whether or not using quick launch, stays in memory and can't reopen mail Expected Results: Expected to work like 0.9.9 milestone and 20020411 builds. Closing mail window should allow it to be re-opened again. Closing the final Mozilla window should unload Mozilla from memory unless Quick Launch enabled. Mail window should be able to be opened from any normal method: command line, Window menu of any other mozilla window, WinXP Email Icon if default email, WinXP Start menu Email item if default email, context menu from QuickLaunch, status bar toolbar of any other mozilla window. From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:0.9.9+) Gecko/2002041206 Netscape6/6.3 Mozilla-for-MSNBC-menus BuildID: 2002041206 (note: BuildID is correct, but my User-Agent above is spoofed to get the MSNBC dynamic menus to work since they sniff Netscape6 only)
Thanks for the report. This is a known issue that was fixed yesterday. If you download a build from today, you will no longer have this problem. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 136874 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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