Re: [Evolution] Emails not showing

On Wed, 2006-06-28 at 11:18 -0600, Nathan Broderick wrote:
Here are a couple more error messages I didn't see before:
<-2> sample not found
CamelException.setv(0x8d1a254, 2, 'Message has been deleted')

(evolution-2.6:13637): e-data-server-WARNING **: Error in execution:
Failed to retrieve message
Thread ae7e1ba0 >

It somehow seems to me that there's another process(?) still pulling the
emails? Meaning, it's pulling it and then deleting it from the server(?)

You mentioned that if you restart evo, it will be ok.

Did you shutdown the whole evo process?
$ evolution-2.6 --force-shutdown

Then kill off any still lingering process and restart it again?
$ps fawx | grep evo | grep -v grep | awk -F " " '{print $1}' | xargs
kill -9

If this didn't work, you can try logging in as another use (eg:
new .evolution directory. I found that after some time, multiple
add/remove accounts/multiple upgrades etc) the .evolution directory
becomes so cluttered[1] that it will just shut down evolution.

[1] This happened when I tried to get to my exchange acc and it caused
evo to segfault (for whatever reason) and I found it worked when I
logged in as another user and configured my acc there.

On Wed, 2006-06-28 at 09:23 -0700, Ow Mun Heng wrote:
On Wed, 2006-06-28 at 08:28 -0600, Nathan Broderick wrote:
I am referring to my IMAP account.  I only have one account that I
connect up to and only one computer connects up to it.  I have set the
time to check for new messages every 5 minutes.  I'm not exactly sure
what is meant by the "pause" length.  All I know is that when I upgraded
my computer from FC4 to FC5, these problems started happening.  The
difference with the problem I am having is that the messages (or
headers) never appear.  I have waited for 2 hours (and longer) waiting
for the messages to actually show up in the inbox, but they never do.
The only solution so far has been to stop and start evolution and then
they all show up.

YOu can do a 
$ CAMEL_DEBUG=ALL evolution-2.6

and see what's happening.

Unfortunately, here we only use Exchange server for work and I need a
good system to see the calendar.

I use exchange as well. I see the calender. I use the evolution-exchange
plugin which grabs mail off the web-version of outlook.

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