As far as I know, Windows Mail does not have a bug in that setting.
Some mail providers do not honor the mail client's command to
delete messages from the server. I think Gmail is one of those.
Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
"Oppie" <oppie@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:OM$v%2315bJHA.1732@xxxxxx
>I am running Vista Home Basic with Windows Mail. Since I access messages from several locations, I use the advanced setting to
>'leave messages on server' and remove them from the server only when they are deleted from 'deleted items'.
> Are there any known issues on this where the messages do not get removed from the server with these settings? It seems that even
> when the messages are deleted from the 'deleted items' folder, they are staying on the server. Not sure if this may be a problem
> with Windows Mail or the Verizon FiOS mail server. I may try Windows Live Mail, which runs fine on Vista to see if there is any
> Thank you for any feedback