User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Konqueror/3; Linux) Build Identifier: Mozilla's bigger point of survival is multiplataformity. It runs over everything (That's Linux, MacOSX and Windows) and over every hardware platform. So, if you use Mozilla, you can use it form everywere. So it would be exellent if you just could save your data everyplace and access there from anywere. Ok, some one will say that's why Imap is for, but I don't think this is enough. I'd like to ftp my profile to someplace over the internet and have my Remote Local Folder, my Bookmarks, my email accounts and in general my "independent of localization data" so I could just sincronize when I come in from work to my place and I could create a profile "From Remote" when I format my machine. Wouldn't it be something you just can do with mozilla and open source email clients and browsers that can reuse the code? Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.none 2. 3. Actual Results: irrellevant Expected Results: irrellevant Please, contact me for further development of the idea.
It is a major change, I know, but could include everything in the browser, for example, you should be able to click a "save in remote" check box when sending an email (or better, use a TO:, CC:, BCC: kind of that could be REMOTE SENT BOX). And you could have a field on the main mail window that you could check to save the inbox messages (on any normal POP and IMAP acount) to the remote account. I hate having to filter back the emails from spam when I come home from job and I get again the messages from the server, now deleting them. These are some proposals, but I think that could be a giant step for free software.
Would Bug 17048 satisfy your needs? -> Dupe?
See Bug 17048 and Bug 124029 and note Bug 244770. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 124029 ***