Description of problem:
I just started up Evolution after a system crash, and it started spawning lots of subwindows, as if I had repeatedly opened the first message in my inbox for viewing.
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#0 e_table_sort_info_duplicate at e-table-sort-info.c:878
#1 connect_header at e-tree.c:398
#2 e_tree_set_state_object at e-tree.c:1364
#3 copy_tree_state at e-mail-reader-utils.c:796
#4 e_mail_reader_open_selected at e-mail-reader-utils.c:893
#9 _gtk_action_emit_activate at deprecated/gtkaction.c:906
#10 gtk_action_activate at deprecated/gtkaction.c:939
#11 mail_reader_key_press_event_cb at e-mail-reader.c:2543
#12 _gtk_marshal_BOOLEAN__BOXED at gtkmarshalers.c:85
#17 gtk_widget_event_internal at gtkwidget.c:7168
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