[Evolution] some remarks about 'coloured' messages
- From: Bram Mertens <bram-mertens linux be>
- To: evolution mailing list <evolution ximian com>
- Subject: [Evolution] some remarks about 'coloured' messages
- Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2004 21:58:15 +0100
This isn't a big issue, I'm just wondering.
After manually removing part of the 'X-Evolution:' header to remove the
colour I had assigned to some messages I noticed that the colour wasn't
removed, the messages were still being displayed in the colour I had
assigned even after I added the 'Personal' label again in Evolution.
(Yes, I did run `evolution --force-shutdown` first)
So I removed the mbox.* files, again after running `evolution
--force-shutdown` but still the assigned colour persisted.
Only after adding the label again do things work as expected.
Can anybody explain why I had to reassign the labels? shouldn't
Evolution check the headers it added to check for things like labels and
colours? Especially after recreating the index-files?
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