I was working on a really bad internet connection (as is common - I work a lot in developing countries). Booked a flight, transfered the message to another folder, the message disappeared from the folder I was working in ,but I didnt check in hte destination folder. Later, I couldn't find it. I suspect the transfer didn't complete. When I search for messages using Gloda (the main search bar) it finds the missing message, but when I open as a list the message is missing. It doesn't show up in the index of either the original or moved-to folder (or in the trash). I've got screen shots of both versions of the search results . When I use a different client, I find hte message still in the original folder. Doing Folder/properties/rebuild finds it (and quite a few other messages lost at different times, so I don't think this is a one-time bug. For all intents and purposes this is a data-losing bug, unless you are a sleuth you won't find the message again, so I'm marking it severe.
Same questions as bug 861501 comment #1. And, please describe your problem in "seps to reproduce problem" like style, for ease of understanding what happened when you did what operation, and what is status before/just after problem occurred. (In reply to Mitra Ardron from comment #0) > Booked a flight, transfered the message to another folder, (snip) Move mails while Work Offline mode of Tb? Anyway, same recomendation as bug 860765 comment #2, if your problem is not one time failure. And, show "Order Received" column always to know messageKey of mail==UID of mail when IMAP, to identify mails relevant to your problem.
Setting dependency to bug 860765, forease of tracking, problemm analysis, and search.
Depends on: 860765
And, samme questions as bug 860765 comment #1.
Wada - there is no clear STR, its intermittent, which is why I gave a longer description. I was NOT working offline, I was working ONLINE on a bad connection, a source of several bugs in the past. THis is not a one-time failure, when I ran a recover on the folder I found a number of messages lost on different occasions. This might be a similar bug to bug #860765 I have no idea whether your bug #860765 is a recommendation to the user or programemrs. Sorry but I find your english really hard to understand sometimes. This applies to bug #860765 Comment #1, I have no idea what you are asking. I am guessing ... but want to be clear nothing was offline - its a a bad ONLINE connection. In fact I didn't know you could set different IMAPs to different online/offline status. And also I believe most of these messages were moved between two folders on the same IMAP, but some might have been moved somewhere else.
Severity: major → critical
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