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Re: Evolution/Courier-IMAP acting strange

On Sun, 29 Dec 2002 22:30, Justin Ryan wrote:
> On Sun, 2002-12-29 at 15:16, Thomas Lamy wrote:
> > 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)
> This seems possible, but if I shut down and re-open Evolution, it
> doesn't fix the problem - I have to unsubscribe from all folders, remove
> the account, and re-add it.
> Is there a way to monitor the currently active IMAP connections?  From
> Evolution's behavior, it doesn't seem as if it has simultaneous IMAP
> connections - it won't view a folder until it has 'stored' the
> previously viewed folder..

If you think it's an issue of open IMAP connections then
"netstat -tn | grep 143" should give you a good indication...

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