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**** observed with 2001-09-06 build **** Steps to reproduce: - open mail; - go Edit|Message filters; - create an ascii filter with following criteria: Name "filter", subject contains "filter", priority "high" , move to "Trash"; - create a non-ascii filter with the following criterias: Name "f+ Alt+0+252"lter" ( the first char could also be c,d.etc), subject contains "s+Alt+0 +252bject", priority "high", move to folder ( any folder, ascii, non-ascii doesn't matter); - send 2 mails with the above criterias; //note the result: both mails ended up in Trash NB: if there is only one criteria for the filter than it is working correctly
changing qa contact
QA Contact: ji → marina
== assigning Mail bugs to ftang until nhotta comes back
Assignee: yokoyama → ftang
and one more condition to be met: the non-ascii filter should follow the ascii one. You can test it by moving ascii filter to the top and non-ascii filter down , after the ascii one. If the first (ascii) filter has a condition to move all messages that meet certain criteria to Trash then the non-ascii filter will do just the same despite that its condition was to move messages to say "Travel". That's a very annoying bug, i found a lot of important messages deleted (moved to Trash...)
move to nhotta. It seems our filter code treat non ASCII char not as expected.
Assignee: ftang → nhotta
Is this about non ASCII filter name or filter criteraia in non ASCII? Marina, could you attach a screen shot of "Filter Rules" dialog?
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Naoki, this is non-ascii filter that follows the ascii filter, i do have a non-ascii criteria as well but the key here is to have more than one criteria, for example "priority", as soon as the second criteria is added and the non-ascii filter is beneath the ascii filter it is behaving as the ascii filter. If the condition of the ascii filter is to throw messages to Trash then the non-ascii one will do just the same. "Filter rules" and the first screen of the filter window to follow
Created attachment 52074 [details] here is a screen shot of the first window that shows all filters i have
If you change the filter name from "büg" to "bug", then a mail with subject contains "büg" and priority high message won't go to the trash?
I cannot reproduce, created the two filters as the screen shots, tested on Windows 2000 US with 0.9.4 branch build 10/05. Subject with 'büg' did not move to trach but moved to the folder which I specified in the filter. Any other condition I have to set?
This works for me.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
verified as wfm
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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