Re: [Evolution-hackers] Sending mails using disabled accounts

> > > It looks like current CVS does not allow sending E-mails uing disabled
> > > accounts.
> > > 
> > > I very often disable E-mail accounts to make it possible to choose
> > > between multiple of my E-mail addresses. 
> > > 
> > > Why is this possibility blocked?
> > 
> > hmm, seems like somebody fixed
> > there are about seven
> > duplicates in bugzilla (which have been mostly closed as notabug instead
> > of having marked them as duplicates).
> > so the point is if "disabled" means "do not receive" or if it also means
> > "and do not send". :-/
> Hmm...the patch actually does not try and fix that, probably just
> partially. But guenther would say that there is more to that bug han
> just 'not being able to send e-mails using disabled accounts'. :)
> (btw, i would want guenther to take a call on that, if this kinda fixes
> his problem. Guenther??) Adding guenther on the CC

OK, so now I'm being asked directly, since someone complains? Why did
you guys stop discussing this issue one month ago then? I already
brought up this topic, before the patch went in. *sigh*

In general, I would like to be able to get rid of the shitload of
testing accounts I have, make them not show up in the Composer. That's
why I originally filed that bug, I guess. On the other hand, there has
been quite some discussion and good, convincing arguments on that bug.

I'll try to have a look at this again, soon.

In the meantime, please... Read the bug and the arguments again. Read
the previous discussion on e-p again. Consider what has been mentioned
there. There are quite some objections.

Oh, and if you really want me to have a look at this topic, please
describe what that patch does, what the current CVS behavior is and what
you intended to solve. In detail...


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