User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; de; rv:220.127.116.11) Gecko/20061204 Firefox/18.104.22.168 Build Identifier: 20061207 Hi there, this is my first bugreport, so I hope to do it all the correct way: If TB is running and the hard disk (where TB keeps the mails) is becoming full (for ex. because of p2p-programs), TB gets all old messages again, if there is an error in TB because of insufficient disk-space. Once deleted some files, TB will download all (old) messages left on the mailserver. Even those you already have. That´s all. I havent found this bug anywhere else (neither forum nor bug-db), so I think it shouldn´t be in here yet. If it is already a known bug and a easy/good workaround, it would be great if you could inform me about it. Greetings and thanks for spending your time for us, Paul Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Start TB 2. Fill up your hd till there is no free bit (e.g. with emule or any other p2p) 3. recieve mails and wait for the error-msg of TB, that there is no more space. 4. Delete some files from the hd 5. Recieve mails again...argh Actual Results: all (in my case 7000 mails) are downloaded again... Expected Results: only really new mails should be downloaded
Pop3 or Imap ? And if pop3 do you setup TB to leave the messages on the server ?
I´m using pop3 und leave msgs. on the (different) servers.