Re: opening imap inboxes automatically (and an icon in the notification area)

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Em 28-02-2009 01:11:05 Peter Bloomfield escreveu:
> Hi Bruno!
> On 02/27/2009 09:34:38 AM Fri, Bruno Miguel wrote:
> > Hello.
> > 
> > I'm noticing what is, to me, a strange behavior by Balsa. I've
> checked
> > the option that makes Balsa check IMAP mailboxes, but when I open 
> it
> it
> > doesn't really open them. I have to click, one by one, in all my 
> six
> > email account Inboxes to see if I have new mail. I've even checked
> the
> > option to let Balsa fetch new mails at startup,  but it remains the
> > same: I have to open, one by one, all my Inboxes.
> This may be a timing issue.  Balsa adds many mailboxes to the mailbox
> tree  
> in a timeout handler that runs after the initialization, but on
> startup-up  
> checks only the the mailboxes in the initial startup tree.  The
> attached  
> patch moves the check to another timeout handler that runs after the
> one  
> that adds mailboxes to the tree.  Please check it out to see if it
> fixes  
> the issue.

As soon I have some time, I will test it. Thank you.
> > This can be quite frustrating, especially when I forget Balsa
> doesn't
> > have an option to put it hidden in the notification area and I 
> close
> > it thinking it has (Kmail habits...). When that happens, I have to
> > repeat the all process.
> I'm not clear about this.  What icons would you like to see Balsa put
> in  
> the "notification area", and what would you like to happen when you
> click  
> on them?

Just like pidgin, for example. When running Balsa, a simple envelope 
icon would appear in the notification area, but as soon as the user has 
new mail, the new mail icon would replace the other. And, when clicking 
in it, balsa would hide or show, depending whether it was hidden or 
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