Am Montag, 23. März 2020, 22:20:37 CET schrieb Allan Sandfeld Jensen: > On Monday, 23 March 2020 08:40:06 CET Dietz Proepper wrote: > > Hi, > > > > since some time, I encounter massive problems with kmail: > > - akonadi crashes every couple of hours. > > - moving mail between folders is b0rken badly > > > > (see https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=418184) > > > > Changing db backends did not help, recreating accounts, too. > > > > Has anyone similar problems? Am I missing something completely? > > (Or has KDE PIM reached it's end of useability? ;-) ) > > I haven't seen the crashes in a while, but two years ago it was hit and > miss, and sometimes you need to skip certain versions that were crashy.. I > only see crashes when the networks disappears or when logging off, and I do > that rarely, but I guess if you logout a lot track crashed on exit it can > look rather bad still. Yes, it's a laptop and gets suspended and moved between networks quite often. The frequent crash stuff started around Jan and got worse lately. > Moving emails between folders mostly just duplicates emails or keep marking > read emails unread and stupid stuff like that. At least it never corrupts > anything. Funnily it only seems to happen with pgp encrypted mails involved. More exactly, if I move messages one-by-one, everything is fine. If I move a bunch of messages, with at least one encrypted mail beyond them, things start getting funny. And if I move to a temp folder first and from there to the real target, the 2nd move seems to "heal" the mixups. Weird issue. Alas, perhaps I should extend my bug report and move to kdepim-users soon with that stuff ... Kindest regards, Dietz
Description: This is a digitally signed message part.