Re: [Evolution] Re: working offline / headers only / IMAP

On Wed, 2003-07-23 at 21:04, Ettore Perazzoli wrote:
On Wed, 2003-07-23 at 14:29, guenther wrote:
For 2.0 we are should probably change the offline behavior so that it
starts caching all the messages in the background when you connect so
you have a copy of all messages at all times.  Michael also had some
neat ideas about providing configurable filters to decide what gets

Sounds like a perfect match for the IMAP rewrite.

Actually, Michael mentioned that this is doable with the current IMAP

yep, right

And wasn't IMAP rewrite scheduled for 1.6? Or was it delayed again?

I think we are just skipping 1.6 as a version number.  :-)

I don't know how much of the IMAP stuff we can do for 2.0.  Since it
seems a sizeable chunk of work and we are resource-limited it sounds
like the best approach would be to develop this in parallel with 2.0 but
not make it a blocker for 2.0.

Well, if you would ask me (as if I don't know you won't ask me), finish
1.6 ASAP and let 2.0 brew a little bit. And have that IMAP rewrite high
priority for 1.6 anyway.

<comment type="insider">
 Seems, I'm feeling argumentative today, too.


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