Re: Not updating preview pane after delete...

Thanks for the tips.  I did uncheck the "close" option and it has helped. 
Although now ususally 1 out of my 3 open IMAP boxes only displays the
headers and not the messages while the others seem fine.  All 3 IMAP mboxes
are on the same server with the same default timeout, etc.  Also when I try
to manually close an IMAP box balsa freezes and I have to kill the process.
 I think if you check the option to open all mailboxes at startup then
balsa should open and check for messages every time.  If you don't then you
can open them later, though not being able to manually close them makes the
manual checking difficult.  I also think when you click on the "Check"
button that it should reopen any closed IMAP boxes (same as above - w/
check at start).  I'm not sure but is there some way to reopen an IMAP box?
 I've never been able to do it.  

P.S.  I'm still having the issue with the next message not being previewed
after a deletion.  Thanks again....

On Wed, 29 Nov 2000 09:51:48 Pawel Salek wrote:
> On 2000-11-29 15:47:32 +0100 David W . Jablonski wrote:
> > 	Also I'm not sure if it is in the BugList but how do I get
> > around the problem with having multiple IMAP boxes open?  When Balsa
> initially
> > starts it opens all my IMAP boxes and displays the messages but after a
> > period of inactivity the non-active IMAP boxes close and I get an error
> > trying to display them.  The only IMAP box that works is the one that
> > is currently selected.  I have checking messages enabled every 2
> minutes,
> > but I'm guessing it is only checking the current IMAP box and not all
> of
> > them? Thanks for all the hard work....
> Checking mailboxes keep the IMAP connection on, but doesn't stop balsa
> from closing not accessed mailboxes. Balsa doesn't check now closed
> mailboxes (but hopefully will do it)
> If you use CVS, go to Preferences/Misc and un-check "Automatically close
> mailbox" option.
> (or set AutoCloseMailbox=true in [Globals] section of ~/.gnome/balsa).
> About checking closed IMAP mailboxes, the options I see are:
> a. ignore them
> b. open IMAP connection and check them
> c. check them if the IMAP connection is open.
> d. allow method selection in preferences :-)
> Well, this question is rather rethoric...
> /Pawel

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