Re: [Evolution] Lost Received time

Could you optimize the queries by seeing if the client wants receive

I for one, need it.  I always sort on received, since that is way more
critical than sent (besides being more accurate, we respond to things
quickly, when we find out about them).

Also if you get a lot of email, date is a poor sort since if you get
30-40 emails between checking your email, some of them will be off the
screen.  I can get that many in minutes some days.

I just spent 4 hours wondering why evolution was not pulling my new
email, yet twig did fine.....  Then I sorted by date and saw the
question marks.....

On Fri, 2002-09-20 at 16:07, Jeffrey Stedfast wrote:
This is probably a side-effect of my imap folder-loading optimisation.
As part of that optimisation, I only fetch the required headers:


and the mailing-list headers.

anyways, I guess I can add the Received: header to the list too
(although that boosts the amount of traffic a fair bit since there are
often multiple Received headers and usually they are multi-line).



On Fri, 2002-09-20 at 18:38, Lonnie Borntreger wrote:
Latest CVS.

I sort by "Received" for some of my vfolders, since sometimes the "Date"
field is set incorrectly, and it makes it clearer what arrived when.  I
noticed that as of yesterday's CVS, new messages showed "?" for the
Received field.  All previously received messages had the correct date. 
I removed my local IMAP cache, and now all messages show "?" for the
received date.

Lonnie Borntreger

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