Re: [Evolution] move from mozilla to evolution problems

On Tue, 2004-01-13 at 15:33, Tony Earnshaw wrote:
tir, 13.01.2004 kl. 19.45 skrev Patrick O'Callaghan:

Actually, what I was out after, was whether your directory hierarchy is
that of Maildir. I.e. top INBOX, hierarchy subdirectories with a dot in
front of each subdir name, like ".Trash". So that the hierarchy is

No. We don't use Maildir. There's no point with Cyrus; in fact I
don't know if it's even possible (on the server of course). As I
think I mentioned, the default for Cyrus is essentially the same
hierarchical form as Maildir, but our installation uses the alternate form.

O.k. Then you have chosen to have no hierarchy. Why in goodness name
should Evo choose to override you? Jeff and you would have appeared to
have answered your own question (write your own LOCALE

Wrong. I haven't chosen to have no hierarchy and in fact have one.
It's just that my hierarchy is not the one built into Maildir, nor
the default one for Cyrus, but the alternate one for Cyrus. Therefore
I would like Evo to show it to me the way I would like to see it.
Every other mail client I use does this and there's no earthly
reason why Evo can't do it as well.

To illustrate: where does your Trash folder appear? How about your Sent folder?
If I'm not mistaken, they're in the middle of your folder list, in
collation order. In other words, you have the same problem as I do,
except you haven't noticed it's a problem (or you're just used to it :-)


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