Changes to review policy

JoeS joesab2005 at
Thu Apr 28 21:36:21 UTC 2016

On 4/28/2016 3:34 PM, Jim Porter wrote:
> On 04/28/2016 02:07 PM, Tanstaafl wrote:
>> I can't remember the exact version, but I think it was one of the minor
>> releases after v3... but, it was when someone decided it was a good idea to:
>> a) enable GLODA globally for all IMAP accounts
>> and
>> b) ignore any/all users carefully selected per-folder offline settings
>> and unilaterally set them all to full offline mode.
> That was 3.0, and as I recall, we actually had a migration wizard at the
> time that let users control which of their accounts/folders were synced
> with offline mode. I see there was a bug at the time where disabling the
> migration wizard resulted in everything getting set to offline mode.
> Maybe that's what happened to you?
> In any case, I think the old migration wizard is a great way to handle
> big changes like this: it lets us suggest good defaults to the user
> while helping them stay in control.
> - Jim
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I think the migration wizard came in 3.1 or 3.2 as response to a huge 
outcry when many (at least 3 or 4 features were enabled by default.The 
biggest was the new message reader window, which was never included in a 
migration option and the reason that the compact header addon is so 
widely used today. Perhaps such an addon will be necessary now , to 
assist some of the 1.5 million users that have already updated to tb45 I 
think this change is not nearly so invasive as some in the past. At 
least a quick bandaid is available by simply selecting the "from" column 
to be displayed. (Not adequate for users with complex folder structures, 
but should be fine for the average user.


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