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What is this new download behaviour?
#1
I find that it has recently developped a new behaviour: Upon choosing (going to) one of my folders, it deletes all the downloaded messages in it, and then reloads their headers. When I then click on one of these (now empty) messages, they don't download by themselves, but I have to click on a download button there each. This is quite unpractical. 

NB: It performs this unwanted action only in some folders, others are being left untouched.

Optimal would be if there were not only a synchronise button for the folders, but also one to download (or rather, copy - this is IMAP) all the contents of the messages whose headers I have retrieved...
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#2
I supose that you use IMAP.
IMAP does not work like POP3. It download headers and shows (and creates) folders on server side.
IMAP also refreshes the folder and getting new headers when you go to folder.

I suggest you to switch your account to POP3 so you can have your emails full downloaded and local folders.
Rafael
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#3
This is not the point. Of course I've been using IMAP, and for a long time. The new behaviour described has been there only for a few days. (And I use IMAP for a reason, so POP3 is out of the question.) Have you changed some of the software's features? D'oh!

Can you read my original message again, now that you hopefully understand the problem?
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#4
What degree of remote control do you have over this software? Can you influence it from where you are? In other words, are the changes mentioned owed to some kind of intervention by you? I also suddenly find that I can't log into my mail server anymore, because of a 'password change'. But I can through webmail, and with the same password.

Are you a jew, Rafael? Do you abuse this software as a tool to promote your tribe's agenda - see http://j-cabal.net/ ?
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