Move Spam to Trash 12.17 broken

  • Updated Opera to 12.17 and now the Mail program feature "Move Spam to Trash" is broken, it does not act when you do it.
    I am connecting mainly via IMAP clients and it worked fine in previous release.

  • Versions 12.15+ has broken web site compatibility (details: https://forums.opera.com/topic/550/prweb-crashes-opera ). It seems that features set is also broken.

  • What version of Opera was you using (or was installed) before it was upgraded to 12.17 ?.

    Oh, and have you tried removing the (IMAP) mail account from Opera (M2) and re-adding it ?.

  • @stng Versions 12.15+ has broken web site compatibility

    Operas Mail Client has nothing to with your webpage problems.

    @jjbraunius Mail program feature "Move Spam to Trash" is broken, it does not act when you do it

    In your IMAP mail account you go to tab IMAP and select a servers IAMP folder for spam.

  • And on the context menue Spam to Trahs works fine.

    Do you have some special userconfigured menue configuration?

  • @angiesdom

    Operas Mail Client has nothing to with your webpage problems.

    This is Opera's (Presto/12.15+) problems, not issue of webpages. For same reason i guess they could brake functionality.

  • Download the Opera 12.17 installer, launch it, click "options", set "install path" to a folder on your desktop, set "install for" to "Standalone Installation (USB)" and install. Once that Opera loads, set up your IMAP account in it. Then, in the account's properties on the "IMAP" tab, set your IMAP spam folder". And, if the IMAP server learns from messages you move in and out of the IMAP spam folder, also check the box to disable the local spam filter for the account (and for good measure, right-click on "All Messages/Spam", goto "properties", disable the internal filter, switch to the "options" tab and uncheck "learn from labeled messages").

    Then test to see if "move spam to trash" works or not. If it doesn't, it probably is just broken. If it does, then it's probably just something messed up with your normal install.

  • Thanks, will try that and report back.

  • Couldn't find release (changes) history for version 12.17:
    http://www.opera.com/docs/history/presto/#o12

    There's something suspicious with this version... (?)

  • There's something suspicious with this version

    No. It just fixes the installer/auto-update mechanism as it was vulnerable to the openssl heartbleed vulnerability.

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