D/L'd & installed this version by "replacing" ...drag n drop into Browser Folder, in User-->Applications



16 years ago
14 years ago


(Reporter: ewindeler, Unassigned)



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16 years ago
User-Agent:       Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O; en-US; rv:1.5b) Gecko/20030830
Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O; en-US; rv:1.5b) Gecko/20030830

G4 QS (02) 1GHz, 1GB RAM, 10.2.6 all current (cron jobs, rep. perms, etc.
3 HDs, 3 volumes in each, Vol 1=OS X,  Vol 2=9.2.2,  Vol 3=Storage & Scratch
Drive B, vol 3, contains Browsers:  Mozilla, Camino, Firebird. These are in a
folder called "Everything", along with all 3rd party utilities/apps.

Drive A, Vol 1 is Startup. This disk's User folder has a symlink to the
Everything Folder.  This entire drive was backed up using CCC on 8/29/03 to
Drive B, Vol 1.

Replaced older Mozilla version with above version.  Launched Moz.  Mail should
have appeared, but Navigator appeared.  Opened mail window, found that Inbox,
Sent, contain NO MAIL RECEIVED AFTER 6/20/03 !!!  The installation or launching
of this version wiped out my email received after 6/20/03.  This makes no sense
to me.  This has never happened before.  I have replaced Mozilla via drag n drop
into this same folder a number of times in the past year, with no ill effects. 
This lost mail is not on any of my hard drives. Using Find, I have searched for
Mail, Inbox.msf, Inbox.sbd, etc. No Mozilla inbox contains mail dated later than
6/20/03.  I have only the one Profile.

Summary:  Mozilla Mail window open, inbox is current.  Mozilla closed.  Mozilla
replaced.  New Mozilla launched.  Navigator window opens...WRONG !! Should be
Messenger/Mail window.  Close Navigator, open Mail window.  Latest mail in inbox
is 6/20/03.  No activity with any other app happened while doing this.

What happened?  How can this new Mozilla  possibly affect the Mozilla Mail file
in Drive B, Vol 1 ????

Reproducible: Didn't try

Steps to Reproduce:
1.Refuse to try to reproduce due to fear of additional losses.

I could understand if all mail was lost, but how is it possible that only mail
for  the last 2 months was lost?

How did my Appearance preference get changed/overridden, but NO OTHER
preferences were altered?

Comment 1

15 years ago

You reported this bug over a year ago... where does this stand?

Did all your mail/data infact get lost?
Some kind of profile crouption?
Was the mail still inside your profile but mozilla just had problems finding it?

Most likely your data was safe but some other part of your profile was croupt...
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