How to interprete the output of --export-ownertrust?
dougb at dougbarton.email
Tue Apr 5 06:37:45 CEST 2016
On 04/04/2016 01:58 AM, Peter Lebbing wrote:
> On 03/04/16 13:56, Peter Lebbing wrote:
>> Also, when you start a new topic, could you please post a fresh new
>> message to the mailing list, instead of replying to an unrelated post?
> Two people mailed me to say they didn't think this had happened
> (thanks!). They are right; sorry for my mistake.
> For some unknown reason, /my/ mail reader thought it would be a good
> idea to mix the threads, it was not Christine who did this. I have no
> idea why, it's an odd bug. You can see what it looks like for me. I
> totally did not expect the problem to be on my side, but the mail was
> clearly posted correctly. Again, my apologies to Christine.
As someone who is also hyper-sensitive to that issue, I've been right
where you're at. :) I learned to check the headers, and look for
References: (sometimes spelled In-Reply-To:) with one or more message
The problem you're seeing is that sometimes tbird's index gets corrupt.
You can either rebuild the folder, or sometimes copying the new thread
out of the folder, then copying it back in, does the trick.
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