Re: [Evolution] Unable to keep folders expanded

On Thu, 2004-06-10 at 17:41, Nigel Metheringham wrote:
On Thu, 2004-06-10 at 17:22, John Horne wrote:
1) When I startup evolution I have to expand all my IMAP subfolders.
Unfortunately I belong to quite a few mailing lists and have created
folders/subfolders for them. With RH9 I simply expanded the foders and
evolution remembered that state each time I started it up. With FC2 I
have to expand them all every time.

I suspect someone at RH has fiddled slightly here - a few defaults are
different (for example the default search is "Subject contains" rather
than message/body (can't remember which) contains.

Would you believe it, it now works! I installed FC2 on Monday and it
hasn't worked all week - I come into work, login and start evolution and
then have to expand the folders. This morning I did the same except that
the folders I wanted expanded were, the others were (correctly) left

The filtering of the INBOX also seems to now work :-) Very odd.

Does anyone have any ideas suggestions about either of these problems?
Other than that evolution 1.4.6 seems to work fine :-) Anyone
installed/using the Netware/ximian evolution communicator with FC2
(without using red-carpet)?


DMalcolm's connector build mostly works -

You need to sort the library path which is missed by the package.  Add
/usr/lib/evolution/1.4/ to and do /sbin/ldconfig or create a
file /etc/ containing the line
and do /sbin/ldconfig

The mostly works part is:-
     1. Evo/connector fairly often bombs when you delete a message,
        specifically seems to involve multiple message deletes maybe one
        has to be on exchange storage???  See
     2. library path problem with workround above

Okay, many thanks for this. I was also emailed that the rpm
380382-ximian-connector- has been used with
some success. The user didn't know where it came from but I suspect a
search of the ximian site may find it.


John Horne, University of Plymouth, UK  Tel: +44 (0)1752 233914
E-mail: John Horne plymouth ac uk       Fax: +44 (0)1752 233839

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