On 08/19/2009 03:08 PM, Neil Marcus wrote:
> I have WinXP and Seamonkey 1.1.17. All of a sudden, when I delete an 
> email, or group of emails all email in that Inbox disappear. Sometimes 
> completely, and sometimes it creates a new folder called "nstmp", 
> nstmp-1 (-2, -3, etc).
> 
> This is quite unnerving, and I've already lost (other than what was on 
> my last backup) all of my email, other than the new email received that 
> day, which was moved to the "nstmp" folder, which the system created.
> 
> What's going on, and how can I stop it.
> 
> It was so bad, that I backed up my entire computer, deleted all 
> partitions, repartitioned the computer, reformatted the drive, and 
> reinstalled everything. In spite of this, its still behaving like this. 
> It didn't happen in 1.1.15, so is my only solution to roll back to the 
> older version????????
> 
> Neil Marcus

Amazing... You actually did that (deleted all
partitions, repartitioned the computer, reformatted the drive, and
reinstalled everything)? Blinks.

My _guess_ is that, despite all unnecessary & unbelievable effort, by
"reinstalled everything" you actually restored SeaMonkey from your
backup & whatever problems you had before were just put back with the
"reinstall".

These may help (or not):
<http://www.google.com/search?complete=0&hl=en&q=seamonkey+%2B"nstmp"&btnG=Search>
http://kb.mozillazine.org/Nstmp_folders
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=88515
[(nstmp) Mysterious 'nstmp' folder reappearing]

I'd suggest: 1) creating a new profile & testing, 2) upgrading your
1.1.15 at least to 1.1.17 and/or 2.0b1, 3) confirm if you actually just
restored your SeaMonkey from backup.
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