Re: [Evolution] Evolution won't quit

you should use the 'killev' command to kill evolution, it will also exit
some other background processes, like wombat - used for calendar.

the only thing that i can imagine is that you are using imap and your
server is too slow. i had that yesterday, and it was a real pain in the
ass. if you want to know what the mail process is doing open a terminal
and set the variable 'CAMEL_VERBOSE_DEBUG=1' and from the same terminal
start evolution-mail process. then open a new terminal and start
evolution . then you will see what the evolution mail component is doing
right now.

hope this helps.

On Thu, 2002-12-19 at 12:34, Arthur S. Alexion wrote:
When I try to shut down evolution, I get the persistent message that I
should "please wait while evolution exits" (or something close).  I
understand that this is normal and as it should be, as evolution is
doing some clean up and things as it quits, but most of the time, this
remains on the screen for hours, and only goes away with a "kill" or
window manager exit.  This seems to be bad, because it interrupts the
tasks that evolution should perform on exit (for instance, some settings
changes that I make don't "stick" because, I suspect, I am "killing"
before it gets a chance to.)
m96 <m96 gmx li>

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