On Mon, 2008-06-23 at 13:43 -0700, Daniel B. Thurman wrote:
> Sorry for asking questions about Thunderbird again...
> It seems that when there are new messages to be received,
> Thunderbird does not automatically obtain the new messages
> to be downloaded from IMAP into my offsite/local and let
> me know that I have new messages when there are subfolders
> besides Inbox. Seems that I have to check each and every subfolder
> to find out if there are any new messages in them.
> I have a case on the IMAP server where there are rules that detect
> and move new messages out of Inbox and into assigned subfolders.
> So what can I do to get Thunderbird to check all my subfolders
> and download the new messages for me?
> 1) I do notice that each subfolder has a menu item called
> "Favorite Folder" but what is this really? Enabling it does
> not seem to do anything in particular as far as I can tell.
> 2) Clicking on 'Get Mail', or 'Get all new Messages' but again
> it does not seem to do anything other than with Inbox.
> Yes, I do have 'Check New Messages' option enabled for every 1
> minute and yes, it works for Inbox - just that it does not know anything
> about subfolders having new messages in them. Is there some sort of
> option somewhere to check all subfolders for new messages?
right click on any folder and select properties.
check the box labeled 'check this folder for new messages'
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