User-Agent: Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.6) Gecko/20040113 I tested this a number of times, I have to go to Web Email to delete what Bellsouth.net calls it's "Mail Guard" system for spam. The log in is fine, moving to the folder is fine, however, when I try to delete files I get a "session has timed out" message that continues with "you may have just loged in recently..." or something. If I go to MS IE 60 and log in I have no problem accessing and deleting the files in mozilla while getting web mail over the internet instead of through a mail program, I am getting time out sessions errors only when I attempt to delete files. I like what I see here with mozilla, using mozilla now for email after almost a year of not using outlook and getting mail as web mail. looking forward to more mozilla and telling everyone I know. I do my research now using mozilla and I see no problem helping you in any way I can. I will contribute soon. thanks, ron Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. log on to get web mail on bellsouth.com 2. access "Folders" location which shows... mail guard, inbox, trash... etc. 3. access mail guard and select "delete all" and I get "session has timed out" 4. I can back to the previous page, however, when I try to delete files I get same error message. Actual Results: "Session has timed out" message appears. Expected Results: expect to move to screen saying "Are you sure you want to delete... OK, cancel" and this returns me to the "Folder" menu. I am not using anything extra on this win 2k machine. I am running McAfee Home Edition firewall, internet security and virus scan. I have not activated their spam filter as of this date. I have linux machines and will attempt this on one of them in a few days using mozilla. Please note: I am not using an email program when this problem happens, I am accessing my email account over the Internet, ie, web mail access. Have been using mozilla mail for this week and have no problems accessing my email account with bellsouth.net, which is now at bellsouth.com homepage. thanks, ron
reassigning to asa mitchell
wrong component. reporter, have you talked with the site adminstrator about the problem? Is this a server configuration problem or Mozilla problem?
No response from the reporter for more than 3 months. I am going to mark this invalid, if a testcase, etc comes in, feel free to re-open.