User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.0) Build Identifier: Mozilla 1.2b Stewards unite name in the Mozilla mail client: or < or > lays out. Completing Mozilla mail and starting and looking at the result again after it. Mozilla falls away at the test unite stewards named / to lay out (btw. it passes nix and is the CPU because of a process mozilla completely fully occupied). Fault for it is probably Windows since Windows no-one : < > / in files and stewards. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. 2. 3.
i don't understand this report. but it isn't a problem w/ bugzilla.
Bizarre report. Doesn't look like a Mozilla problem either.
Reporter: Can you explain what you mean ? I can't understand your bug-report.
got a mial from the reporter :-) He means this : If you create a folder with "/ : < >" you get problems. This folder are renamed to a random string after Mozilla is restarted. if you create a folder with "/" mozilla will crash. This is probably due to File System limitations. I observed this : create a folder "/test" and restart mozilla. You will get a renamed folder with a random string. A folfer with "test><" works for me. This is one win2k build 20021125 and NTFS I dupe this to bug 140212 : Mail folder with slash (/) in name causes strange results *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 140212 ***
marking verified as a duplicate