I'm using an IMAP account for my mail, and my password isn't being saved. When a box comes up to ask for a password, I click the box that says Password Manager should save it, but next Mozilla session it brings up the password box again.
Created attachment 18971 [details] Log file (log level 5) of my IMAP session as per sspitzer's suggestion
updating summary. do you have anything in the "Passwords Never Saved"?
This happens on my machine, too (today's night build Linux). Also it does not save POP3 passwords. Clearing all passwords does not help.
I'm not seeing this. 1) do any of your passwords get saved? (try going to an ftp:// or http:// that requires a username & password. are they getting saved? 2) can you create a new profile, and try it with that profile? I wonder if we are failing to write to your ~/.mozilla directory. can you do an "strace -f ./mozilla" and see if we fail when trying to write?
Seth - I'm seeing this, when you're here, I can show it to you. Happening on my 12-31-20 build.
What do you see when you open the password-manager dialog? tasks->privacy->password-manager->view saved passwords
Steve - I see all of my web entries, but no IMAP.
that's weird, I'm not seeing this anymore on jan 1st builds on linux. But since another @netscape is seeing this on a build from 2 days ago, i'll keep it open.
I see this too, with a new profile on classic skin. let me try again.
*** Bug 64223 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
adding naving to the cc list.
I'm seeing this as well on both my new profile and my old profile. Nominating and changing priority. I'm using 2000123120 and will download a new build to see if it's still there.
marking nsbeta1+. I'm still seeing this on 2001010310 Windows NT from this morning.
on win98 and Buildid-2001-01-04-04: clicking on check box to save password for pop account and unable to save password for pop accounts too. cc - esther,ninoschka and myself
I'm pretty sure this is on all platforms.
Changing summary because this occurs on POP as well. We should change the component from "Networking - IMAP" too, though I'm not sure to what. Maybe this is all PSM's fault?