On Wednesday, March 1, 2017 11:17:56 AM CET Martin Steigerwald wrote: > Hello Tim. > > Am Mittwoch, 1. März 2017, 10:56:45 CET schrieb Tim Ruehsen: > > Please wait... > > > > No matter how long I wait, KMail is stuck. > > I have to restart KMail. > > > > My impression: It happens regular when changing folders too fast. > > > > Of course I tried akonadictl (fsck + vacuum + restart) with no success. > > > > Any idea where to look at or what to do ? > > This topic has been discussed just recently on kdepim-users mailing list. It > appears to be a known issue. > > Please review > > "Retrieving Folders..." hang and a possible solution > > thread there. > > https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kdepim-users Thanks Martin, I tried to increase the INNODB buffer as suggested with no success. And btw, I do not have a performance problem, KMail is hanging forever. Someone mentioned https://cgit.kde.org/akonadi.git/commit/?h=Applications/ 16.12&id=d42f94701f38c26cf3439727b50ee73cf0d09bee Not sure how fast it will make it into Debian. And I am not sure if this addresses my problem... I now have several emails that produce the issue just by clicking on them. KMail evolved from a once very stable and fast mail client to a almost unusable one. Each iteration/bugfix comes with new bugs that are even worse than the ones fixed. My conclusion after years of suffering: KMail does not have enough dev resources - it is literally dead and meanwhile lacks many features that other mail client had for years (one badly missing and requested years ago: Saving encrypted messages unencrypted locally). Tim (really frustrated at the moment)
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