Re: Evolution/Courier-IMAP acting strange
I dont think its de socket problem or anything. I think evolution has a
way to interpret the IMAP RFC with respect to INBOX folders being able
to have both messages and subfolders.
Since courier establishes no limit in this respect, evo gets peeky with
certain layouts.....try deleting your subscription files and letting evo
figure out how is it going to interpret what it sees.
Going to irc.gimp.net and asking arround might help more clearly
defining this problem.
Ive had sometimes imap servers perfectly visible to Mozilla, Outllook,
phpgroupware but not in evo. So check that out.
El dom, 29-12-2002 a las 15:16, Thomas Lamy escribió:
> 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
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> > -----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
> > Justin,
> > 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?
> > Pete
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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 ?
> > --
> > To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to email@example.com
> > with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
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