If I close the mail-news window while downloading messages from a newsgroup. The downloaded messages will get duplicated when the download is started the next time. Steps: 1. Subscribe to a newsgroup with lots of messages 2. Start downloading all messages 3. Close the window while downloading is in progress 4. Reopen mail-news and start downloading the messages again Result: The messages are duplicated (in some cases many times) but the duplicates cannot be read. Also when the thread is opened and collapsed it will get rethreaded in different ways. Expected: Only the messages that have not been downloaded are donwloaded and no duplicates in the threads. Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.2b) Gecko/20021003 Build: 2002100317
This is related to or is a duplicate of bug 137338.
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