Mail Subject attribute uneditable
|Reported by:||humdinger||Owned by:||axeld|
Revision is hrev28069.
There's a TipServer tip stating:
"E-mail programs on most platforms let you change the subject line of a stored message, which is really important when you file messages in folders for long-term storage and future reference. Unfortunately, the "Mail Subject:" attribute is uneditable. While you can toggle it to editable in the FileTypes preferences panel, this for some reason still won't let you edit the attribute in the Tracker."
I just checked and it still holds true for Haiku. Is this a bug or a feature of Haiku's mail system?
I think one really should be able to edit a mail subject. How many mails have you got where the (totally incompetent :) ) other side forgot to set a subject? Besides, the original subject is still encoded in a mail's header.
Dunno, if it's a Tracker issue.