[LUNI] Evolution Mail and Reply-Indent-String
steve at webninja.com
Tue Nov 12 18:35:36 CST 2002
I know the first doesn't work,
I've had this Imap account with the same Trash file for three years and
have used evolution for the past two, and I have reinstalled many times,
and it never found my Trash folder, well, it finds it, it just wont use
it. However, if I create an account with Netscape, or Mozilla for my
imap, it immediately starts putting deletions in Trash on my server...
I did look at the xml files and I don't see anything in there that is
related to deletions and where they should go, thanks anyway for the
On Tue, 2002-11-12 at 12:47, Fawad Halim wrote:
> I don't think that's the case. I have a 'Trash' folder on my IMAP account
> which is being used by Evolution, Mozilla mail, Squirrelmail, and kmail.
> Mozilla mail and squirrelmail even default to using a remote Trash folder.
> And I don't recall configuring Evolution to use the Trash folder either. I
> think it uses the remote Trash folder if it already exists (I'm using
> 1.0.8 that comes with RH 8.)
> Try the following steps to see if Evolution will pick it up
> 1. Create a Trash Folder on the IMAP server
> 2. Recreate the evolution profile.
> I see lines like:
> <entry name="vtrash_imap___fawad at mail.fawad.dom_Trash" type="boolean"
> <entry name="imap___fawad at mail.fawad.dom_INBOX_Trash" type="boolean"
> in my config.xmldb file. I wonder if the first line is causing it to use
> the remote trash folder.
> > On Tue, 2002-11-12 at 09:29, Steve Johnson wrote:
> >> While we're on Evolution:
> >> Has anyone ever figured out how to Save your Trash on an Imap server
> >> and not on the client? I can do it with my Sent folder, and even
> >> Drafts, but not the damn Trash, Therefore when I delete stuff, it's
> >> really gone. This has been my biggest gripe for evolution, yet I've
> >> been using it since it's birth, and love it! I did submit a bug
> >> report, and several emails to the Ximian list and never received
> >> anything in response. I actually had to remove myself from that list
> >> because there was about 100 emails daily at that time, and was about
> >> as helpful as smacking my thumb with a hammer!
> > I could be wrong, but I believe that the behavior you describe is
> > correct for IMAP clients. This was one of the reasons I decided to
> > stop using imap to read mail remotely. (I now use pine over ssh, so
> > it's still secure.)
> > Andrew
> Linux Users Of Northern Illinois - Technical Discussion
> luni at luni.org
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