[IMAP] Date of mails...

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[IMAP] Date of mails...

Post by layer » 2005-02-18 23:04

hie

i think i have found one bug, when i have some mail(s) in the inbox folder and i move that mail(s) to another mail folder, the time of the e-mail is changed to the current time :?

can you see that martin ?

Thanks.

PS: using last beta 73

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Post by martin » 2005-02-19 01:17

You're right. Every email contains several dates. The date/time when the sender clicked "send", the date/time when the message was delivered and the time when the message was received by hMailServer. Most clients uses the first or the other. But some uses the third. Outlook Express does that for example. Thunderbird doesn't.

I've changed so that the creation-date is copied as well if you copy an email. Confirmed the fix in Outlook Express but should work just the same in other clients. (It's fixed in 3.4.1 - build 76 on the download page).

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Post by layer » 2005-02-19 03:03

it works :)

Thanks :P

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Post by martin » 2005-02-19 03:05

What client are you using?

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Post by layer » 2005-02-19 03:13

martin wrote:What client are you using?
Outlook Express....
why ?

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Post by martin » 2005-02-19 14:55

I was just curios if there was any other than OE that did it that way..

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