Build 1999121612M12: NT4 Will need to try Linux and Mac. Overview: Move a message to a second folder. Undo and notice that the message reappears in the first folder but is not removed from the second folder. Steps to reproduce: 1. Open Mail to an IMAP account 2. Select a message and move it to a second folder 3. Select Edit/Undo Actual Results: The message displays again in the first folder but it is not removed from the second folder. Expected Results: Undo should remove the results of the action. In this case it should have removed the message from the second folder. Additional Information: - Copy a message, Undo and notice that the message is not removed from the second folder. - Delete, Undo and notice that the message remains in the Trash folder. - Undo works as expected using POP.
Reassign to jefft
Hmm... It used to work.
Could it be because we're not updating the destination folder so we don't know the uids in the dest folder? (I'm not suggesting that we update the destination folder!)
Mass moving M16 to M17 - look for nsbeta2 before anything else.
Target Milestone: M16 → M17
Moving to M18 and nominating for beta3.
Target Milestone: M17 → M18
- per mail triage We'll do an assessment of where Undo stands (ie. how broken it is) and decide if we need to remove this feature rather than have it not working as expected for people.
Target Milestone: M18 → Future
sorry for the extra email. Removing mail2 keyword.
Whiteboard: [nsbeta3-] → [nsbeta3-] relnote-user
reassigning jefft's bugs to naving
Assignee: jefft → naving
Status: ASSIGNED → NEW
marking worksforme using latest debug build.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
verified worksforme on below builds with simple test cases with both move and copy of single message and undo clears the message from the destination folder. However some known bugs with undo menu items not enabled at times. 2001052909win98 2001052908linux 2001052908mac
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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