If created more than 1 POP-Account, Thunderbird dont't stores the sent mails of second and more accounts. If click the checkbox "store sent messages" in folder, Thunderbird Mail dont store the sent messages
Severity: normal → critical
Summary: Thunderbird 1.0 don't stores sent mails → Thunderbird 1.0 don't store sent mails
(In reply to comment #0) > If created more than 1 POP-Account, Thunderbird dont't stores the sent mails of > second and more accounts. If click the checkbox "store sent messages" in folder, > Thunderbird Mail dont store the sent messages I just tried to reproduce this problem by adding additional accounts to my T'bird (version 1.0.2, downloaded 3/23/05). While adding the account, I noticed the add account wizard says that by default the original account's smtp server is always used to send outgoing messages. It also says that you can change this setting by going to Tools|Account Settings. So, suggestion: check and see if the messages are being stored in the 'sent' folder for the /first/ account you added. If they are, then change the setting and verify whether they are now saved to the new folder. I will also try this to reproduce; I am running Win2000 Pro and T'bird 1.0.2 as mentioned above.
(In reply to comment #1) Followup: I just tried to reproduce the bug reporter's problem; I set up a new pop acct, while leaving my first account's smtp server as the outgoing mail server. I sent a test message from the second account, and it /was/ properly saved in the 2nd acct's sent messages folder, while sending through the first smtp. This is what should have happened. Next, I set the second acct's smtp as my default outgoing server and sent another test mail from the second pop. That, too, properly saved the message in the 2nd acct's sent folder. So, this WORKSFORME on T'bird 1.0.2 on Win2000Pro.
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Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 14 years ago
Resolution: --- → EXPIRED
WFM per comment 2
Resolution: EXPIRED → WORKSFORME
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