Using sep4 commercial trunk build I have a couple filters which will first label matching messages, then (separate filter) move those same matching messages to another folder on the same IMAP account. When opening the destination folder, the moved messages will all initially show in the thread pane as default text color instead of the labeled color until each message is selected, or until switching folders and returning to said destination folder. This is a notable delay, significantly increased over the few times I saw a color display delay in the machv branch (which I've been working with for the past several weeks/months). Something has changed to cause a notable delay in the color update in the thread pane. Steps: 1. For IMAP inbox, create two filters both matching the same criteria, one filter's action is to move the message to another folder on the same account, the other filter's action should label the message. Make sure the label filter appears above the move filter in the filter list. 2. Send a bunch of messages which will match the filters' specified criteria. 3. Get messages, then open the destination folder. Result: initially thread pane shows the filtered message headers in the default text color instead of the labeled color. As you select each message, each will change to the proper display color OR you can switch folders and return and all will have changed to the label display color.
Using today's/yesterday's trunk build on my linux machine, no color display ever updates in the thread pane until I select a message AND then focus/click the message pane.
OS: Windows 98 → All
Hardware: PC → All
Assignee: ssu → bienvenu
Does this still happen with the new multiple action filters?
Multiple action (with moving and labeling) doesn't work at all on an IMAP account.
re-assigning nsbeta1+ bugs
Assignee: bienvenu → sspitzer
I'd try this again - I might have fixed it as part of storing and retrieving the junk status on the mail server
Trunk build 2003-03-13: WinMe, problem still exists. The message remains in the Inbox, unlabeled. Trunk build 2003-03-13: Mac 10.1.5, it's working.
over to david
Assignee: sspitzer → bienvenu
Trunk build 2003-05-08: WinMe, Mac 10.1.5 Marking Worksforme. I created two filters. One labels the message and the second one moves the message to a specified folder. It works with a newly created message, a message sent from the drafts folder and a message sent from the Templates folder. It performs in a quick manner so I don't see the slowness.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
QA Contact: laurel → nbaca
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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