[ngw] folder contents deleted inexplicably

Gert gwcheck at gmail.com
Mon Apr 12 18:16:11 UTC 2010

Does this happen to the same workstation only? Tried removing the proxy
rights for the user and re-assigning them again?


Novell Knowledge Partner

Owner, independent consultant
"the best GW site" - Tay Kratzer

gert at gwcheck.com
Skype, Twitter, Facebook: GWCheck

How come, when my wife says
"we need to talk", it is never
about Drupal? ;-) - Dries Buytaert

On Mon, Apr 12, 2010 at 3:42 PM, Ian Blackwood <Ian.Blackwood at golding.com.au
> wrote:

>  Hi,
> We have a common resource with multiple people having proxy rights.
> In this mailbox is a folder structure with subfolders. (note - not shared
> folders)
> The users drag items from the main mailbox to the subfolders.
> One particular user sees the contents of his folder structure all get
> deleted (into trash). Now for the third time in two months. This last
> occasion, no-one else was in the office.
> In effect - just like highlighting the parent folder for the structure,
> hitting delete and choosing contents only - the folders are there but empty.
> Trash contains all the messages with delete times showing it was one event.
> No rules with delete actions exist.
> No auto-cleanup exists
> GW7.03hp1 on WinXP.
> I have reason to believe he was dragging a message from mailbox to
> subfolder when the last event occurred. This message was a forwarded message
> from and to this same resource (I believe so he could annotate the message).
> Has ANYONE ever seen this behaviour and any ideas why ?
> TIA,
> Ian
> --
> This email transmission including any attachments is confidential and may also
> contain copyright material. If you are not the intended recipient you must not
> disclose or use the information contained herein. If you have received this email
> in error, please immediately advise the sender by return email and delete the
> transmission from your system.
> Golding accepts no liability for any damage caused by this email or its attachments
> due to errors, viruses, interference or interceptions.
> _______________________________________________
> ngw mailing list
> ngw at ngwlist.com
> http://ngwlist.com/mailman/listinfo/ngw
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: http://ngwlist.com/pipermail/ngw/attachments/20100412/ef4d820a/attachment.html 

More information about the ngw mailing list