Re: [Evolution] Checking mbox folders

Hmm... so I'd have to use an IMAP server for Evolution to check a few
mailboxes which might have new mail?  Or does just hitting Send/Receive
make Evolution requery each mailbox to see if there is new mail?  I'm
using Gkrellm to biff the mail, so I'm already notified in that way.

Btw.. I've also found that Evolution doesn't seem to set the read bit
correctly on mbox files .. it seems .. since the mailcheck program and
mutt both tell me certain messages are new when I've read them, and
expunged (which seems like an unnecessary next step)..

Anyways .. I LOVE this program .. it helps with sorting and sifting mail
like no other mail program I've seen ..

And, in the Summary screen up top ... is there a definitive guide to
writing one of these notifications?  I'd like to see one which had the
local time and times around the globe of certain places that are picked
(that would be nice).. if its not already done, I'd be willing to throw
in a few nuts and bolts to get it working.  I'll take a look, but by
chance does anyone know where all the Summary data is kept?


On Fri, 2001-10-05 at 03:06, Olaf Broxtermann wrote:
On Fre, 2001-10-05 at 06:56, Andrew Lombardi wrote:
Is there a way to setup Evolution so that it will periodically check the
multiple mbox folders that I have in my Local folders along with the

I'm using fetchmail to grab mail, and using procmail to set up rules to
throw certain messages in certain folders, and I haven't yet figured out
how to have evolution check these.

I had the same problem, I am using now a local imap server.
It is working, but sometimes evolution 0.15 has some problems. 
Somtimes the list of the mailfolders etc. are not correct, and 
evolution sometimes do not show the mails in the subscribed folders.


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Andrew Lombardi
Mystic Coders
andrew mysticcoders com

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