Am 11.04.07 09:25 schrieb(en) Pawel Salek:
I have seen such problems very seldom, when answering messages send by some people/specific programs - but I have not seen it recently...
Hmmm, today, I cannot reproduce the problem any more... IIRC, the number of messages /might/ have been the count of possible completions when I enter the first char in the To: entry. I looked into the code, and it looks bullet-proof, though!
However, here's a new one, terminating balsa (through g-fatal-warnings, of course) upon the first attempt to write this reply.
** CRITICAL **: lbmss_stream_reset: assertion `lbmss_thread_has_lock(stream)' failed
PS. Current svn version may sometimes refuse to send messages because of what I believe is a very funny interaction between siobuf.c being part of libesmtp and identically named code in the IMAP. I think I have a patch for this...
I also saw this, but only once, so my first impression was that I did something wrong.
At work (the connection to M$ Exchange via IMAP) I also had a strange effect. The "Sent" folder on the IMAP server is marked as sentbox. But none of my sent messages was stored there! I switched the "sent" to a local folder and then back to imap, and everything seems to work again.... The Exchange server was moved to a different machine a few days ago, and IIRC this problem started afterwards (i.e. after I changed the FQDN of the server) - had the idea of switching only today. Is it possible that there is a connection, maybe due to some cache file?
Cheers, Albrecht. -- Albrecht Dreß - Johanna-Kirchner-Straße 13 - D-53123 Bonn (Germany) Phone (+49) 228 6199571 - mailto:albrecht dress arcor de GnuPG public key: http://www.mynetcologne.de/~nc-dreszal/pubkey.asc
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