Re: [Evolution] Disable header changing in IMAP?

On Thu, 2004-05-27 at 07:02 -0400, Jeffrey Stedfast wrote:
On Thu, 2004-05-27 at 07:03, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
I also am getting occasional dups, not in a recognizable pattern but
they're definitely there:

it's *very* recognisable

I don't know what you mean. Obviously the dups are recognizable but
since the problem only occurs sporadically the precise cause is not
recognizable so far.

* The message appears both in my Inbox and in a List-specific folder.

you got one from the list and one was cc'd to you.

No, that's not it. If that were the case the two copies would not be
bit-for-bit identical due to different delivery paths and headers. The
message I'm looking at was sent *only* to the list in question (not this

I'm not saying this is necessarily an Evo bug, but there's clearly an
unwanted interaction going on which I'd like to track down.

it's not anything to do with evolution.

I don't assert that it is. I do assert that it happens intermittently
and only when I use Evo as a client. This may be because Evo excercises
the Cyrus IMAP implementation in a way that other clients don't, which
doesn't mean it's a bug in Evo. No matter. It happens and I would like
to find out why.

Let me also rephrase a question which wasn't answered: does the
filtering happen in evolution-data-server? If so, this could be hint,
since as I already said I'm usually running two instances of EDS (*not*
the Evo frontend, note!), one from home and one at the office. If this
is frowned upon, it would be helpful to know it, given that the only way
to avoid it is by explicitly doing a "--force-shutdown" (or logging out,
which I don't do either).



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