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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000595||SOGo||Web Mail||public||2010-04-29 11:12||2016-08-02 10:33|
|Reporter||Jason Oster||Assigned To||ludovic|
|Product Version||nightly v2|
|Target Version||3.0.0||Fixed in Version||3.0.2|
|Summary||0000595: Delete Folder -> "Do you really want to move this folder into the trash?" when the folder is already trashed|
A couple of different things happen. First, it asks again if you want to move the folder to the trash, even though it is already in the trash. Second, if you tell it "yes", it will either: a) rename the folder to <old name>1 [attempting this multiple times will leave you with something like "Folder1111111" in the trash.] or b) it will just tell you that it cannot delete the folder.
I can't tell how to reproduce either of those two results (a or b) but one or the other will always happen; it's impossible to actually delete a folder in the web interface.
|Tags||No tags attached.|
|has duplicate||0000641||resolved||ludovic||Unable to delete any folders from trash|
|has duplicate||0002397||closed||ludovic||Cannot delete a previously deleted folder from trash|
|has duplicate||0002363||closed||Cannot delete a previously trashed folder from trash|
|has duplicate||0003401||closed||ludovic||Cannot delete sub-folder in Trash folder.|
It may not be very intuitive for your use case but theoretically, the folders will be deleted when the Trash folder is purged...
wsourdeau: I am unable to find any way to purge a folder on the web interface.
Jason: it's the option "Compact this folder" in the menu available with the trash folder.
Again reported in
Maybe the delete option should just be inactive for folders, or the user requested to empty the trash instead. Was able to reproduce the added "1"s both with dovecot and cyrus setups.
I see that the other bug for this was closed as won't fix.
Using 'Empty Trash' is not an acceptable workaround.
What if I don't want to empty the trash, but only want to delete that one folder from it?
I routinely keep things in the trash for 30 days, and let Thunderbird purge older items.
|2010-04-29 11:12||Jason Oster||New Issue|
|2010-06-01 08:53||francis||Relationship added||has duplicate 0000641|
||Note Added: 0001083|
|2010-06-02 11:12||Jason Oster||Note Added: 0001085|
||Note Added: 0001086|
|2014-06-08 11:02||Jens Erat||Note Added: 0007157|
|2014-06-11 04:09||Christian Mack||Relationship added||has duplicate 0002397|
|2014-06-11 04:10||Christian Mack||Relationship added||has duplicate 0002363|
|2014-06-12 06:54||mbi||Note Added: 0007200|
|2014-06-16 15:48||ludovic||Target Version||=> 3.0.0|
|2015-11-30 20:37||francis||Relationship added||has duplicate 0003401|
|2016-02-09 15:52||ludovic||Note Added: 0009484|
|2016-02-09 15:52||ludovic||Status||new => resolved|
|2016-02-09 15:52||ludovic||Fixed in Version||=> 3.0.2|
|2016-02-09 15:52||ludovic||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2016-02-09 15:52||ludovic||Assigned To||=> ludovic|
|2016-08-02 10:33||francis||Changeset attached||=> sogo v2 9ecee32d|