Hi, I have direct experience of the filtering issue, and it's to do with the upgrade. If you look in the filter editor, you'll see that the target folder for messages on Exchange servers is missing. I had to go through and manually reset the target folder for each one. Local folders were OK. Looking the filters.xml file, the target folder seems to be set up in a giant hex string, and that seems to change from version to version of evo/connector, even for the same folder. Don't know about the other one. HTH, Paul On Mon, 2006-05-08 at 17:17 +0200, Hrishi Joshi wrote: > Hello, > > I recently upgraded to Fedora Core 5 and Evolution 2.6.1 from RedHat 9 > and Evolution 1.5 (or older). It's been working great, but I have > couple of problems that I can't seem to get resolved in the new > version of Evolution: > > > 1> When I try to set my mail filtering rules to redirect mail to a > different folder, I get an error message while applying the filters: > Error while Filtering Folder: > No provider available for protocol 'file'. > > I think it is probably related to upgrading from older version of > Evolution to 2.6.1. How can I fix it without losing my old mails? > > > 2> When I create a bulleted list (HTML unordered list), I see "<>" > empty tags just before the first bullet in my sent mail. That's how > people see it too. I am creating a sample bulleted list here: <> > One > Two > Three > When I saved such an email and read the HTML source code, I found that > the unordered list's beginning HTML tags are empty and it look like > "<>". That's what shows up in the email. It should have been "<UL>". > The ending tags of "</UL>" are fine. The list item tags "<LI>" do not > have ending tags "</LI>" either, but that doesn't show up and still > works ok, so I don't care if it gets fixed immediately or not. > > > Thanks, > - Hrishi > > plain text document attachment (ATT620048.txt), "ATT620048.txt" > _______________________________________________ > Evolution-list mailing list > Evolution-list gnome org > http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/evolution-list
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