Re: [Evolution] Disable header changing in IMAP?

On Thu, 2004-05-27 at 10:05, Michael C. Neel wrote:
Ahh, so you have spambayes downloading messages, then changing their
headers, then re-uploading them?

Yes, it's what i've been trying to say =)

Don't run both clients at once I guess.  What you're doing is really
nasty, you should do it on the server if thats what you want.  Evo
has 'known issues' with some servers and multi-access to the same
folders at the same time.

Yes, there problem doesn't exist, but that leave option a) no spam
filtering or b) no email reading, not really good either way.

So yes, it would have saved alot of trouble if someone said this was a
'known issue' from the start, instead of telling my I didn't have my
setup correct.  Are there any workarounds for these cases?  And what
exactly is the root cause; if it's possible to alter source I can to
solve the problem.

The problem is that Evolution doesn't always manage to get flag updates
from the server (tho I believe it gets EXPUNGE notifications fine?).

Evolution also doesn't sync flag changes immediately, it waits until the
user changes folders and/or the send&receive timeout expires (or the
NOOP timer expires).

I can guarentee, tho, that Evolution is not uploading any messages to
the server thus causing duplicate copies. The duplicates are there
because of a bug in spambayes, presumably (or a server bug).

Last, I can tell spambayes to log all dialog with the IMAP server when
it run, very handy to see what it's doing.  It there a way to enable
it in evo that would help as well.

export CAMEL_VERBOSE_DEBUG=1 in the shell before running evolution.


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