Re: Evolution/Courier-IMAP acting strange
just a quick guess, but maybe Evolution tries to open too many parallel imap
connections. The courier default is max 4 connections per IP, you can change
this is /etc/courier/imapd (parameter name is MAXPERIP)
Thomas Lamy Thomas.Lamy@netwake.de
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Pete Billson [mailto:Pete@ELBnet.com]
> Gesendet: Sonntag, 29. Dezember 2002 20:59
> An: Justin Ryan
> Cc: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Betreff: Re: Evolution/Courier-IMAP acting strange
> 1) The extraneous files should not affect things - I just
> tried adding
> them to my ~/Maildir to confirm this and still everything works OK.
> 2) There should be a ~/Maildir/courierimapuiddb file that lists the
> contents of your INBOX. Does this exist?
> 3) There should also be a ~/Maildir/courierimapsubscribed file which
> listed your subscribed folders.
> 4) All sub-mailboxes should also have the new,cur,tmp
> directories (i.e.
> ~/Maildir/.debianlists/new) and they should have there own
> courierimapuiddb file.
> 5) Logs show anything?
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> On Sun, 2002-12-29 at 14:18, Justin Ryan wrote:
> > Once again, using maildir this shouldn't be an issue. My
> INBOX has the
> > least messages of all, compared to ~6 months of debian-*
> lists, lugs,
> > etc..
> > I'm wondering if extraneous files in ~/Maildir could be a problem.
> > There are msgid.lock and msgid.cache files from
> procmail/formail keeping
> > track of duplicate messages - should these be moved to ~/.procmail ?
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