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Attachments save with new filename

When you have an email with an attachment, and you select "Save to Disk", if the filenames are already present they are automatically saved with an underscore_number appended: i.e. Newfile_1

Previously, a prompt for overwrite would be generated.

Is this an oversight?
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Re: Attachments save with new filename

jlivitski wrote:

> Previously, a prompt for overwrite would be generated.
>
> Is this an oversight?


I think it's a "feature".

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Re: Attachments save with new filename

On 5/7/2013 8:45 AM, DZanre wrote:
> jlivitski wrote:
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>> Previously, a prompt for overwrite would be generated.
>>
>> Is this an oversight?

>
> I think it's a "feature".
>

would be nice if there was an option. This is one thing novell clients
tend to do that annoys me. Add something and not let the other 30% of
people that liked the old behavior get it back.
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Re: Attachments save with new filename

Michael Bell wrote:

> would be nice if there was an option. This is one thing novell clients tend to
> do that annoys me. Add something and not let the other 30% of people that
> liked the old behavior get it back.


Agreed.

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