tags 582953 unreproducible thanks Hello, On pirmadienis 24 Gegužė 2010 23:33:15 Juha Jäykkä wrote: > Kmail is running with dimap, imap, imap and pop3 accounts. All is well. I > run aptitude safe-upgrade. Upon next login and start of kmail, all the > said accounts are gone from the settings. > > During this startup of kmail (and the corresponding startup > of akonadi), there were numerous messages about unreadable mail folders. > These happened to be folders of the dimap account, but I suspect that is > simply coincidence: kmail listed the folders first and someone destroyed > them before kmail actually accessed them. This makes me wonder if akonadi > is the real culprit here, after all, but I have no way of finding out. The > safe-upgrade did not update kmail, but it did update akonadi-server. There is no way akonadi could have destroyed your local mail. If the problem was with address book, then it would be another story. > Critical: data loss: if pop3 account emails are on local disc instead of > the server, those messages are lost. I suspect you had file system problems and kmail configs got eaten in the process ( ~/.kde/share/config/kmail* ). There might even be some leftovers with odd names ~/.kde/share/config/kmailrc*.new etc. Try recovering from them. The mail should still be there in ~/Mail or somewhere in ~/.kde/share/apps/kmail/ Unless you give more proof that it's really a problem with kmail, the next step will be severity downgrade of this bug. testing->testing and sid->sid upgrades are not 100% supported anyway though I'm pretty sure upgrade had nothing to do with it. However, if you upgrade with kmail/KDE running, sometimes odd things happen. -- Modestas Vainius <email@example.com>
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