Reply all breaks the addressing widget if you have more than 3 recipients of a message. After hitting reply all, the addressing widget is obscured by the Subject text entry widget which is redrawn over the top of the addressing widget. I could not figure out a way to get the cursor into the addressing widget at this point. Also, one of the original recipients of the message is listed as a "to" rather than a "cc" in the reply. Only the original sender should be addressed as "to". Build ID: 2000-02-01-08 Steps to reproduce: 1. Launch Mail 2. Find a message in your Inbox that is addressed to more than 3 people 3. Hit reply all Expected result: Compose window is brought up with all original recipients in addressing widget. Actual result: Compose window is brought up with Subject text entry widget drawn over the top of the addressing widget, with no way to get to the addressing widget. Also, one of the original recipients of the message is listed as a "to" rather than a "cc" in the reply. Only the original sender should be addressed as "to".
Nominating as Beta1. Replying to a group of more than 3 people is a very common thing to do in Mail. This bug prevents you from adding anyone to the distribution list, and also incorrectly sends the message to one of the original recipients as a "to" rather than a "cc". Because this is a bug with bad consequences that affects a huge number of users, I think this warrants "Beta 1" status.
Duplicate of bug 24519, designated dogfood/beta1. The subject line obscuring address widget is bug 25103. I couldn't reproduce the problem with Reply-All not making only the original sender into a To: line and the others into Cc:. If that is still a problem after 24519 is fixed, it should probably be a separate bug anyway. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 24519 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
verified dup. Thanks for finding the dup numbers, Richard.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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