Re: [Evolution] using gkrellm to monitor evolution mailboxes

i have a patch to add notification sounds/actions to the filter types.
it's not going to be included in 1.0. i'm unsure if it will be accepted 
for post-1.0 or if the ximian guys will roll their own. i know there 
are probably going to be some filter infrastructure changes to accomodate 
different filter types (there are some dependency issues with the 
current scheme). if you're interested in building your own evo, you 
can grab the patch from
attachment #347.

good luck.

At 03 October 2001, you wrote:

I'd just like to second Rich's statement... I'm in the exact same


On Tue, 2001-10-02 at 19:41, Rich Rudnick wrote:
I'm now using evolution 0.14, and will probably settle on it after 
balsa, sylpheed, mutt, and a couple other MUAs.  It's more than
satisfactorily fast on a 466 celeron.  The only problem I have 
is email
reception notification.  

I've been using gkrellm to monitor my mailboxes. It was very convenient
to have a list of mailboxes showing new mail counts in gkrellm,
which I
keep 'sticky'. However, when I point gkrellm's mailcheck at an 
mbox, it reports that all messages, including read messages, as 
new. I
tried gbuffy as well, and had the same results.

Is there something that will provide the functionality?  I get really
wrapped up in things sometimes, and forget to switch to the viewport 
keep evolution on to check for important mail. Having a mailcheck
program of some type always in front of me means I only occasionally
miss time-sensitive messages, especially from my boss :)

evolution maillist  -  evolution ximian com

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