Details for testcase: Thunderbird



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ID1496
TitleThunderbird
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Part of testsuitesThunderbird
Common Internet

RevisionWritten on the 2013-05-30 17:35 by nskaggs
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Test-case name: thunderbird/tb-001
This test will check that Thunderbird can receive and send email

Open Thunderbird
Did Thunderbird launch?

Test-case name: thunderbird/tb-002
This test will check that Thunderbird can receive and send messages
Note that errors might be caused by issues related to username, password, server configuration, mail provider, network or ISP

The first time opening Thunderbird, a "Welcome to Thunderbird" window could appear with a commercial offer to create a personalized email domain
To skip this you can click "Skip this and configure my existing email
Set up an existing account using the "Mail Account Setup" window
Enter your name, email address and password
Thunderbird should automatically find the server configuration in the Mozilla ISP database (major providers). Otherwise click the "Manual config" button and set up your account manually
Click on your inbox, retrieve your mail by clicking on the "Get Mail" button in the top panel
Send an email to your own account
Retrieve your mail again
Do all of these actions complete with no errors?

Test-case name: thunderbird/tb-003
This test will check that Thunderbird can create Address Books, Contacts and Mailing Lists

Click on "Address Book" in the top panel
The Address Book should come up.
Create a new address book (File > New > Address Book)
Create a few new contacts (File > New > Address Book Contact)
Create a new mailing list (File > New > Mailing List)
Drag and drop one contact to a mailing list
Drag and drop multiple contacts to a mailing list
Do all of these actions complete with no errors?

Test-case name: thunderbird/tb-004
This test will check that Thunderbird can filter incoming messages

In Thunderbird, on the left panel right-click on your account and select "New Folder"
Name the folder "TestMe"
Create a new email filter (Filter Name: TestMe, Match All of the Following, From contains "youremail", Preform these actions: Copy Message to "TestMe" folder)
Send yourself an email or test the filter on your inbox
A copy of all emails you send yourself should be in the TestMe folder
Do all of these actions complete with no errors?

Test-case name: thunderbird/tb-005
This test will check that Thunderbird can send messages using mailto: links found on web sites

Clicking here should open a new email in Thunderbird with someone@example.com as the recipient.
Clicking here should open a new email in Thunderbird with someone@example.com as the recipient and "Just Testing" as the subject
Clicking here should open a new email in Thunderbird with someone@example.com as the recipient, "Just Testing" as the Subject and should put two lines of text in the email body.
Do all of these actions complete with no errors?

Test-case name: thunderbird/tb-006
This drag and drop test will check that attachments interact properly with the desktop

Send an email to yourself with an attachment. To add the attachment drag the file from your file browser to the message window
The email should now indicate that you have attached a file
Check your mail and open the email with the attachment. Drag the attachment from the message to the desktop.
The file browser should now contain a copy of the attached file. If this creates a link instead of a file or give an error while copying, you may be experiencing Bug #381017
Do all of these actions complete with no errors?

Test-case name: thunderbird/tb-007
This drag and drop test will check that LDAP address book contacts can be searched and copied locally

Click on "Address Book" in the top panel
The Address Book should come up
Create a new LDAP Directory
Give it a name and provide the address of a server. If unsure, try using a public server such as use public Debian directory - Name: Debian - Server: db.debian.org - Base DN: dc=debian,dc=org
Select the Debian LDAP directory and search for "al"
Search results should show up
Drag one contact from the LDAP directory (hold Ctrl) and drop it on a local address book
The contact should now be copied to the local address book
Select multiple contacts in the LDAP directory. Drag multiple contacts (hold Ctrl) from the directory to a local address book
The contacts should now be copied to the local address book
Do all of these actions complete with no errors?

If all actions produce the expected results listed, please submit a 'passed' result. If an action fails, or produces an unexpected result, please submit 'failed' and file a bug. Please be sure to include the bug number when you submit your result

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