Re: Why do I have two Trash folders in my folder list?
- From: Francisco Ortiz Santini <ortizsantini prtc net>
- To: chbm chbm nu
- Cc: "balsa-list gnome org" <balsa-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Why do I have two Trash folders in my folder list?
- Date: Thu, 24 Jul 2003 09:04:53 -0400
On 2003.07.24 07:36, Carlos Morgado wrote:
> On Thu, 24 Jul 2003 11:48:51, email@example.com wrote:
>> I was going to say 'of course they are', but of course they are
>> I have /home/mike/mail/Trash/ for the folder marked as the trash
>> and /home/mike/mail/Trash, notice lake of trailing /.
>> Not being a mail guru, I believe the trailing / means it's a
>> maildir, yes?
> Balsa will reconize maildirs with and without the trailing /. My best
> guess is you added that mailbox from File->New with the trailing / in
> the path and now you're getting it once from the mailboxes list and
> again from the mail/ scanner (without the /). The config file saves
> the trashbox url which matches both mailbox tree entries. Is this
> correct ?
Sorry for intervene, since I don't have a solution, but a somewhat
similar situation with my outbox folder. I have one "official" outbox
folder, identified by its icon, and a second outbox folder with a
generic icon, meaning an icon without the blue arrow pointing out of
the box. Both outboxes show the same message to be sent.
If I right-click the additional outbox to delete it and select "remove
from list", it is in effect deleted from the list, but only for the
current Balsa session; it reappears as soon as I re-launch Balsa. If I
select "remove from list and disk" it also disappears, but the original
outbox becomes non-functional, with a Balsa message stating that it
cannot find the Outbox when I click over it, so I am forced to manually
re-create the outbox file and then back to the same situation of two
outboxes. The path of the original outbox is "/home/francisco/mail/
outbox". The path of the second is "/home/francisco/mail//outbox". Note
the additional "/" in the second outbox path. Using Nautilus, I
verified that there is only one outbox file; not even a hidden second
one. If I manually remove one of the "/" in the second outbox path,
nothing seems to happen. I part from the assumption that this problem
has the same root that the trash problem, so I though it would be
better to add this request here instead of starting a new thread.
Thanks in advance for any help.
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