Re: Evolution mail indexing

Dnia 22-05-2005, nie o godzinie 16:52 -0400, Joe Shaw napisał(a):

> On Sun, 2005-05-22 at 22:34 +0200, MDK wrote:
> > One more detail regarding the evolution-mail backend. It should not
> > index the contents of the "Spam" folder... 
> It skips over folders named "Spam" or "Junk".  There might be a bug in
> here, though.  Is the folder an mbox or IMAP folder?  What is the name
> of the folder in your .evolution/mail directory?

Yes, I've seen the code that does it. The problem is (I might be wrong
here) that there is no actually such a folder as "spam" in evolution (on
the backend side). The messages I see in my "Spam" are actually stored
in Inbox (.evolution/mail/local/Inbox). But somehow evolution "knows"
that they should not be displayed in "Inbox" but in "Spam". And this is
not related to cutom mail headers. 

I'm using the generic evolution "Spam" folder (with special icon) +
evolution-invoked spamassassin (no MTA here). So  everything is mbox

Michał Dominik K.
mdk mdk org pl

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