Build ID: 2001041904 I've noticed this for some time, but haven't figured out exactly how to reproduce it... appears random except for possibly the number of messages having an affect. When moving a mail message to a different folder, or deleting it, the message is not always properly moved to the corresponding file and removed from the original one (in the profile's Mail\<servername>\ folder, the Inbox, Sent, etc files), but the display in Mail/News is correct. In general, this isn't a serious problem, except when deleting large numbers of files... For instance, I have a 75 MB Inbox with 6 messages that actually show up in Mail/News. I have emptied the trash, compacted the folders, etc with no change... Trash is now 0 KB, but the Inbox file contains 75 MB of messages (I can see the message source if I open Inbox in Notepad, etc., but they don't appear in the Inbox in Mozilla), some of which were deleted, and some moved to other folders. Sorry I can't give better detail on this one...
Seems to be a problem with compressing folders actually, after a little testing. When attempting to compress a Mail folder, Mozilla creates an nstmp file that contains the correct contents of the mail folder, then doesn't replace the mail folder file with it, but just leaves the mail folder as is. I have changed the summary to reflect this.
Summary: Move/Delete Message doesn't have proper affect on files → Compressing large folders doesn't work
reporter, Imap or pop? How are compressing the folder 1. file menu|compact folders? or 2.compact this folder from the right click menu? nsmpt folder appearing when compacting was fixed a while ago. May be this is occuring on win2000 only cc naving
buildid: 2001-04-19-04 win98 I compacted inbox which was about 34MB in size and did not see any nsmtp folder appear. I deleted about 100 messages and compact folders from file menu item. The size changed and I did get rid of the messages in my inbox. Try to delete your inbox.msf file and let it rebuild. stephen, Do you have a machine running win2000?
I have not been able to reproduce this on win 2k *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 66795 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Me neither, on build 2001041820 using Windows 2000, on IMAP.
verified as dup
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
It's a pop account.
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