[Users] What's processing marks ?
claws at thewildbeast.co.uk
Fri Feb 17 00:37:24 CET 2017
On Thu, 16 Feb 2017 21:30:06 +0100
Michael <codejodler at gmx.ch> wrote:
> What's happening here ? In an IMAP account, i was reading one mail
> of a thread of 2, then decided to move the two mails to another
> folder. Selected both, dragged with mouse, but unexpectedly a popup
> asked "There are some marks left to process. Process now ? (yes)
> (no) (cancel)" and since i've no idea what the whole thing means,
> and thought this would be like "do nothing", i clicked "no". (I
> know i should've chosen 'Cancel' instead).
> Then, the thread was gone. It wasn't in the new folder, nor in the
> original folder, nor in the trash. It just disappeared.
> Just, i never heard of processing marks, what does it mean ?
See the 'Execute immediately...' option
If you choose 'no' on the dialogue the marks will remain on the
messages (shown in the S column), and next time you visit that folder
you can use /Tools/Execute to process them.
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