Re: [Evolution] IMAP Issues ...

On Thu, 2002-09-19 at 06:03, Ryan P Skadberg wrote:
Subscribing to Mail fixed it.  Two issues though:

a) I couldn't do this through evolution, had to telnet in and do it.  If
you try and subscribe a directory in evolution, it ignores you.
b) After doing this and restarting evolution, it took, oh about 2-3
hours to get all of my folders to come up in evolution (approx 600) and

How many total messages is this?  What sort of speed is your box, what
kind of hard drive?

evo was unusable for that whole time. Is this a first time thing or is
this going to happen every time?  (Haven't had a chance to run with
camel debugging on, as I couldn't lose my mailer for another 3 hours
today if it happened again)

its much much slower the first time than subsequent times.  we're well
aware of the shittiness of the scalability of code, but its hard to fix
just yet :-(


On Tue, 2002-09-17 at 06:28, Not Zed wrote:
On Wed, 2002-09-18 at 00:17, Ryan P Skadberg wrote:
Hi All ..

  Not sure if this is my IMAP server or the fact that I have a namespace
or what, but something strange is going on.  Whenever I log in to
evolution (for about the last 2 weeks maybe), I don't get all my IMAP
folders shown.  I have my namespace set to Mail as it should be and
always has been.  Also, when I go in to the Subscribe to Folders part of
evolution, I see all my folders showing as subscribed.  I have to
un-subscribe from all of them and then re-sub them all.  This is what I
see in evolution-mail (while in verbose mode):

received: * OK IMAP4rev1 v12.264 server ready
sending : A00000 CAPABILITY
received: A00000 OK CAPABILITY completed
sending : A00001 LOGIN xxx xxx
received: A00001 OK LOGIN completed
sending : A00002 LIST Mail ""
received: * LIST (\NoSelect) "/" ""
received: A00002 OK LIST completed
sending : A00003 LSUB "" "*"
received: * LSUB (\NoInferiors) NIL INBOX
received: * LSUB () "/" Trash
received: * LSUB () "/" Mail/a_couter
***** BIG LONG LIST OF ALL MY FOLDERS HERE ***************
received: A00003 OK LSUB completed

sending : A00004 LSUB "" Mail
received: A00004 OK LSUB completed

Here is the problem ...  LSUB of Mail is saying there is no such folder
as Mail.

Did you subscribe to "Mail" as well?

I presume not from the truncated list above.

Try that, it might be a workaround.

The list of folders from LSUB "" * above is probably the most important
thing, create a bug and attach a fuller list, assign it to
notzed ximian com 

sending : A00005 LSUB "" INBOX
received: * LSUB (\NoInferiors) NIL INBOX
received: A00005 OK LSUB completed
sending : A00006 STATUS INBOX (UNSEEN)
received: * STATUS INBOX (UNSEEN 0)
received: A00006 OK STATUS completed
/INBOX                                   INBOX                          imap://skadz mail mindstorm 
sending : A00007 SELECT INBOX
received: * 201 EXISTS
received: * 0 RECENT
received: * OK [UIDVALIDITY 999015245] UID validity status
received: * OK [UIDNEXT 13251] Predicted next UID
received: * FLAGS (\Answered \Flagged \Deleted \Draft \Seen)
received: * OK [PERMANENTFLAGS (\* \Answered \Flagged \Deleted \Draft \Seen)] Permanent flags
received: A00007 OK [READ-WRITE] SELECT completed

Then it goes through and selects my INBOX and checks all the messages, etc.

I also see these warnings and about 30 more like them, not sure if they
are pertinent to this or what:

Bonobo-WARNING **: Serious exception on node_set '$invalid path to XML user interface element' of '0' 
to '/commands/ViewLoadImages#sensitive'

Bonobo-WARNING **: Serious exception on node_set '$invalid path to XML user interface element' of '1' 
to '/commands/ViewFullHeaders#sensitive'

Bonobo-WARNING **: Serious exception on node_set '$invalid path to XML user interface element' of '1' 
to '/commands/ViewNormal#sensitive'

Any help, suggestions, etc would be appreciated.  Or should I just bug this?


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