Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.1b) Gecko/2002080820 It happened to me several time the last few days, but not every time. When I close Mozilla and later restart it, the message (I use to have exactly one the last few days) in the Inbox (POP3, so it is saved locally) is marked unread. It was marked read beforce closing for sure. Nobody touched the data files in the meantime. pi
does the message have an x-mozilla-status line in it? If not, then we will not be able to remember the read state of the message if the db is regenerated for whatever reason. How did the message get into your inbox?
I will remote check it using mail -f Inbox: It is unread Using vi: Status: RO No other status line. pi
how did the message get in your inbox? If it doesn't have an x-mozilla-status line, then Mozilla most likely didn't put it there. Do you have other e-mail programs putting messages in your inbox? You will need to add an x-mozilla-status line to that msg's headers for Mozilla to be able to remember that the message is read.
I really don't know for sure. Once in a while I import mails by replacing an empty folder with an mbox and then moving to other folders. That might have been the case here. pi
well, that's just not supported, unfortunately. Sorry. In order to insert the x-mozilla-status line, we'd have to rewrite the whole INBOX, and for some people that could be megabytes and megabytes.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
OK. Interesting enought, today I started Mozilla and the message was read. Well, nevermind. So I am waiting for bug 63389 to get fixed. pi
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug.