Re: New mails in mailboxlist

În data de Mi 25 mai 05 la 17:31, Peter Bloomfield a scris:
On 05/25/2005 03:29:01 AM, Misu Moldovan wrote:


Oddly enough, when I answer to your mail in Balsa, the compose window is empty, I had to copy and paste your reply in the compose window and indent it manually (arrghhh).

That's strange! It was delivered to you by the list-server, right? I have a copy delivered the same way, and can reply to it normally. Could you forward me a copy of what you received? I'll compare it with mine.



See attach. I am able to reproduce the problem by saving the file in .mail/ and trying to reply to the this mail as seen in the newly found mbox (after a manually initiated rescan of the mailboxes).

Using Balsa 2.3.2 manually compiled in an up-to-date Ubuntu Hoary. Locale settings are ro_RO (iso-8859-2).

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Date: Sat, 21 May 2005 11:08:06 +0000
From: Peter Bloomfield <peterbloomfield bellsouth net>
To: Balsa List <balsa-list gnome org>
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On 05/19/2005 01:00:10 AM, Steffen Klemer wrote:
> Hi,
> I saw that you recently changed the way of mailboxhandling. The =20
> new-mail-count is now saved between sessions. While this is a =20
> nice soultion for systems where only balsa receives new mail I =20
> would vote for a (at least configureable) complete check wether =20
> the mbox has changed since the last session or not.

Hi Steffen!

For local mailboxes, Balsa from cvs now saves a time-stamp for =20
the mailbox as well as the message counts, so mailbox changes =20
since the last session should be detected the first time the =20
mailbox is checked.  I don't have the kind of delivery you =20
use--could you test it?

Hi Mi=C5=9Fu!

IMAP mailboxes are a bit more of a problem.  IMAP servers have a =20
mechanism for detecting changes, but the overhead (a STATUS =20
request) is essentially the same as checking the mailbox, so your =20
best solution is probably to check "Check IMAP mailboxes" and =20
uncheck "Check INBOX only".

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