Sent from outbox with wrong account/address
The other day I hit reply (group reply) on an email I had received as part of an ongoing conversation. I edited my reply and hit send. Unfortunately I experienced a network failure at the same time and it was thus saved to my outbox. After getting the network straight again and refreshing things, there were a bunch of warnings to dismiss and such and one message I believe concerned the pending outgoing message, which I dismissed before I could read it. Anyway, a little later I noticed that I could not find the email I had sent, and it seemed that it had gotten lost in the mess of the network failure. So I wrote it from scratch and successfully sent the new one.
Just after I'd sent that I noticed a new email in a different one of my accounts, and upon opening it discovered to my horror that the original email somehow had gone out successfully but under a completely different account of mine setup in evolution. This was very embarrassing and leaked a private email address to a stranger I was communicating with whom I had no intention of giving out this other address to.
I swear the mistake was not mine, that I did not accidentally change the 'from' address in the original authored email.
I am convinced this was a genuine bug in Evolution, and a serious one. Please treat it as a priority.
This was a few days ago, I'm on Debian Sid, and today, the Evolution version, well, the actual evolution, evolution-common, evolution-plugins and libevolution packages are v3.36.1-2, whilst the other packages are v3.36.2-1.