On Tuesday, January 24 at 04:38 PM, quoth Phil Pennock:
On 2006-01-24 at 09:40 -0500, Kyle Wheeler wrote:Is this a problem with my IMAP server (binc), or are other people seeing this behavior?I'm not seeing it (cyrus); that doesn't necessarily mean that it is your IMAP server though. Do you have a .muttdebug0 file, with mutt run at -d2 (at least)? With that perhaps an ordering dependency (client or server) would be visible.
Got one. Actually, got two. The circumstances are slightly different than I originally described, but are more reliable in producing the problem:
1. send yourself 3 messages (e.g. echo test | mail yourself) 2. view the first message 3. reply to this message while viewing it 4. save this message to a folder while viewing it … mutt will automatically view the next message … 5. save this message to a folder while viewing it … mutt will automatically view the next message … 6. go back to the index The first and second message will both be marked “rD”.I have two traces because while attempting this procedure the first time, mutt crashed (bus error), and I thought that was important enough to save. The second time it did not crash, but I get this funky flag behavior.
Here are the muttdebug files: http://salinan.memoryhole.net/~kyle/muttdebug-buserror http://salinan.memoryhole.net/~kyle/muttdebug-wrongflags ~Kyle -- In all matters of opinion, our adversaries are insane. -- Oscar Wilde
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