Re: [Evolution] Weird failure notification, ghost-setting?

It is the email address that some message you composed that is sitting in Outbox is addressed to.
Probably what happened (known bug) is that you typed the address in to To: header in the composer and hit send, but for some reason the addressbook didn't complete the addess lookup of the name you typed into a complete address needed for transport.

eg. you typed:

To: Fred Flinstone

which the addressbook *should* have expanded to:

To: Fred Flinstone

(when there is an underline, you can be sure that the addressbook has successfully found the address in the addressbook and knows which email address you mean, which might in this case be: "Fred Flinstone" <fred flinstone com>)


On Thu, 2004-05-06 at 16:46 +0000, melissad speakeasy net wrote:
Evolution 1.4.  Has been working just swimmingly until 3 days ago.  If nothing in outbox, I can receive.  If something in the outbox, I get a SMPT error:  RCPT to my work email name mypersonalpop net.  but my personal pop email user name is not the work name.  there is nothing i can find in the Tools|Settings|Accounts GUI that contains the string <<> or anything that associates the work email name to my personal pop server account.
I don't know how this "bad" setting on SMTP got in there, or what it is meaning.  Can anyone help?
Jeffrey Stedfast
Evolution Hacker - Novell, Inc.
fejj ximian com  -

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