From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC; en-US; rv:1.0rc2) Gecko/20020510 BuildID: 2002051005 This problem occurs frequently enough that I've seen it other times as well (in earlier builds, including Netscape 6.x). The problem is that when I accidentally move a message from my IMAP inbox to the wrong local folder and then undo the transfer, the message does not reappear in the inbox list. Upon redoing the transfer the message reappears in the destination folder, but in the list the subject appears blank and the date appears as 12/31/1969 at 7:00. The message itself retains the proper subject and date. Reproducible: Sometimes Steps to Reproduce: 1. Transfer a message from an IMAP inbox (or possibly other folder) to a local (or possibly other) folder. 2. Undo the transfer. 3. Redo the transfer. Actual Results: After step 2 the message fails to appear in the inbox. After step 3 the message reappears in the other folder but without a subject and with an improper date in the list. The message itself retains the proper subject and date. Expected Results: After step 2 the message should reappear in the inbox. After step 3 the message should reappear in the other folder with the subject and date in the list matching those of the message itself.
WorksForMe using Mac/2002072203. Undo is successful from both another IMAP folder as well as a local folder. TommyBee, is this problem still reproducible using a current build? If so, can you reproduce this problem using a new Mozilla user profile?
I do not encounter the bug on Mozilla 1.1b on OS X 10.1.5, but I have yet to download a recent build for OS 9. For the moment I'll resolve this as WORKSFORME, but if I should obtain a recent OS 9 build with the problem, I will report back.
Thanks, TommyBee. Verified.