On Tue, August 15, 2006 13:48, Daniel Watts wrote:
> Tomas Kuliavas wrote:
>>> Minor gripe -
>>> I noticed you changed the refresh this link to "Check mail" (I know
>>> not recently).
>>> Wouldn't you say 'refresh' is more accurate?
>>> "Checking mail" is what you do when you log in to Squirrelmail.
>>> Clicking that link refreshes the folder list.
>> When you refresh left_main.php, messages counters in selected folders
>> are updated and newmail plugin can trigger popups/title bar updates. So
>> you check for new email, when you refresh left_main.php.
>> It can be called "refresh" only if you have "Enable Unread Message
>> Notification" set to "No Notification". SquirrelMail defaults to
>> SMPREF_UNSEEN_INBOX and SMPREF_UNSEEN_ONLY.
> But the click action is still just refreshing the list.
> That's what clicking the link does.
Not exactly. What Tomas said, it's only refreshing seen/unseen info for a
cached version of the mailbox-tree.
That means that if you create a new imap folder or change your
subscriptions through another imap client then you won't see it in the
displayed mailbox-tree in squirrelmail. There for "check mail" is better
then "refresh" because otherwise people might get the impression that the
complete mailbox list is refreshed which isn't the case.
Marc Groot Koerkamp.