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Which came first, the chicken or the egg? I won't have a chance to set up anything like this for a couple weeks, due to the proximity in the calendar to Warpstock, but I will mark my list to Any suggestions/workarounds? If that proves to be the case, I will post both copies of > the file here for consideration. > Scratch that. click site

I am also using Thunderbird's junk filter a lot now. How to open MSF File Extension? Open a command prompt and go to the directory where the particular > Inbox is located > > 3. If one were to attempt to create such a rule, an error message would pop up, stating that the rule was not valid.

Folder appeared empty. Is there any chance this will ever be fixed? Exit Thunderbird >> >> 2. Can anyone else subscribed to this bug tell me whether you have XUL cache enabled and the approximate size of XUL.mfl?

Restart Thunderbird and get the error again. Perhaps we need a "Stop processing rules" to avoid any additional processing if a rule has fired? When I look into the target mbox file (where in my case mails only go in and never move out), I do see stuff inside it where the new messages should Any other >> thoughts?

Simply right-click a message folder, and from the context menu, select the option to Delete duplicate messages. Rename the Inbox and its corresponding .msf file to something unique >> >> 4. Perhaps version=trunk should disappear and be replaced by version= Comment 79 Tony Mechelynck [:tonymec] 2008-07-13 19:39:56 PDT (In reply to comment #78) > one of the things I don't like about https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=321371 Also I could not receive mail, TB just did nothing, silently.

Seems to work. Filter execution is sequential, and in the case of pop3 messages, synchronous per msg - we evaluate the filter criteria for the first filter on a message, if it matches, we Dave _______________________________________________ dev-ports-os2 mailing list [hidden email] https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/dev-ports-os2 Lewis G Rosenthal Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ Re: I think that this bug will become a meta-bug for this symptom, which appears to have several different triggers, some of which are internal to the code, and some of which

Good luck! -- Lewis ------------------------------------------------------------- Lewis G Rosenthal, CNA, CLP, CLE, CWTS Rosenthal & Rosenthal, LLC www.2rosenthals.com Need a managed Wi-Fi hotspot? http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/139966-Thunderbird-5-Inbox-msf-Problems Most users don't erase or move mails, so they still in inbox making it bigger and bigger; in this conditions, this issue becomes really anoying. Languages Supported by MSF File English Chinese (Simplified) Chinese (Traditional) Italian Japanese Korean Portuguese French German Russian Spanish Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. Any other >>>> thoughts?

Did you try simply deleting Inbox.msf, and letting the system rebuild the index? 3. get redirected here Has anyone found a true fix, or does the newest version of TB take care of it? If you find that you get stuck on a particular message, check the one before that to see if it was filtered. Is that the issue, that multiple filters cannot resolve to the same folder?

Comment 25 Lewis Rosenthal 2007-01-06 08:35:30 PST (In reply to comment #23) > Lewis, did you figure yours out yet? > I haven't seen this lately, Wayne. Messages are scanned at the network boundary, and again on the internal server, so should be clean by the time we collect. Finally, I delete > the old one. > I would also suggest a full chkdsk against the volume to rule out any > underlying filesystem corruption. > Now, if the Inbox http://linuxprofilm.com/thunderbird-error/thunderbird-error-delete-inbox-msf.html Deleting messages merely flags the records as deleted in the file and creates a copy in Trash.

Comment 4 geopilot 2007-07-24 19:38:04 PDT i reported this as a possible reopen of bug 207400. It cannot be seen.; 4. What I am seeing is merely the true report that some damage has occurred, and SM's inability to properly index incoming messages.

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After deleting messages and compacting, were you able to actually view the contents of the Inbox? I have no extensions or plug-ins running on this system. They'll be rebuilt as you access the various folders. Comment 46 David :Bienvenu 2007-05-29 09:13:58 PDT Keith, any time a filter moves a message, that stops the filter processing for that message.

Exit Thunderbird >>> >>> 2. I tried deleting the .msf file. What I do for this is to actually rename my existing Inbox, start SeaMonkey (or Thunderbird), let it create a new Inbox (Inbox, Sent, Drafts, and Trash are all automatically-generated folders; my review here connection is lost, the little activity indicator stops spinning - I think by then 30 of the messages are there and can be seen, but #31 is there only partially, and

I have created a new Inbox competely (closed SM, renamed Inbox to AInbox, deleted Inbox.msf, and let SM create a new Inbox file). Sequence of events: 1) Install 1.0.7 over 1.0.6 2) On next start of mail, it spontaneously decided to re-build the .msf file for Inbox. 3) After the index rebuild, checking POP3 I tried correcting > filters, deleting .msf files, copying all messages to a subfolder and > compacting folders. Also happens with high speed connections in motels.

It usually affects a small inbox which is checked by POP directly; it sometimes affects a large inbox which is checked by POP through POPFile (Spam filtering POP proxy). Comment 84 Roger James 2009-01-09 08:51:07 PST (In reply to comment #82) > (In reply to comment #81) > > When I restarted Thunderbird a new Inbox folder was not created Extensions? Bug 449741 is for problem when all next conditions is met. (1) Mail folder file size>2GB, (2) "quarantine option" is disabled, (3) Move of mail to other folder by message filter

Lewis, did you figure yours out yet?