#1. At initial installation of Mozilla Build ID 2002051006 there were 2 folders for Unsent Messages: one in the selected 'main' account, one in the Local Folders. Subsequently added accounts do not have folder Unsent messages. Because the main account will be handled otherwise, I removed it form the list of accounts, which included deletion of all related folders. #2. Giving the command Send Later for any message, now results in an error report telling me that saving is not possible and that I should check my mail account settings. Am unable to trace in that section Mail Accounts any reference to the folder Unsent messages. #3. If I close the Compose-window, the question is asked whether the message shall be stored in Drafts, which is a usable workaround, but not so handy as Unsent message, from which a batchwise transmission can be done, instead of piecewise retrieval & transmission as from Drafts. Obviously effect #1 cannot be reproduced, but #2 and #3 are consistent.
Summary: Location and disappearance of Unsnet Message folder → Location and disappearance of Unsent Message folder
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:1.1) Gecko/20020826 I seem to have the same bug. Using an IMAP account I work offline frequently and cannot use send later function as I get the same error as Ton. Again there are no options in the prefences of mail settings.
I have completly removed all mozilla files and reinstalled. Then set up put my mail back in and it now works fine. I suspect it was something that had carried across with Netscape.
See my response of yesterday. Because my last copy of the mail-directory apparentlt already was corrupted, I lost 3 months of E-mails as a result of the reinstallation. Why is there no simple method in Netscape of making a backup of the Mail-directory? Something in line with the ldif- and na- adressbooks which can be easily exported and imported.
Ton van Nieuwenhuijzen, what is your status with regards to this bug? Mozilla no longer creates an Unsent Messages folder in the individual account.
=>Invalid; no response from reporter.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 15 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
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