Re: lenny & thunderbird filters-SOLVED!
On Fri, 05 Nov 2010 10:31:28 -0400, Paul Cartwright wrote:
> On 11/05/2010 04:15 AM, Camaleón wrote:
>> Also, you can try (just in case) to "rebuild index" and/or "compacting"
>> the offending folder. Thunderbird (Icedove) sometimes can go nuts with
>> its internal bd and hides e-mails or does weird things :-)
> ok, I JUST had a new message in a folder. Hit "N" to go to it. The
> folder still showed (1) new message. Right-clicked on the folder & hit
> COMPACT FOLDER. BAM! new message indicator disappeared.
Oh... good :-)
> I'll bet I can recreate that.. every...time..
You can set "auto-compact" your folders by defining so under Preferences/
advanced/network and disk space.
"Compacting" is another of the annoyances of Thunderbird but is a "must-
do" task (if you avoid doing so your mailbox files will grow, and grow
and grow... because deleted e-mails are not really deteleted until you -
maually or automatically- hit the "compact" button).
And that remembers me the third of the Thunderbird's annoyances: storage
files for each folder cannot go beyong 4 GiB).
More interesting reading:
Limits - Thunderbird