Re: [Evolution] suggest

On Mon, May 25, 2009 at 3:24 PM, Art Alexion wrote:
Funny, but I doubt, accurate.

I have to delete my indexes every few days to display all messages in a folder, and evo rarely displays an 
accurate unread count.  This makes it impossible to deploy evo beyond the IT department.

But I never have to back up and start from scratch. And if I did have to start from scratch, I'd be wary of 
restoring from a backup that may contain the nasty problem.

It's pretty accurate actually.  Since we have an exchange server, "from scratch"
is basically the same thing as deleting my indexes.  It takes me about
30 seconds
to set up evolution for a blank account to connect to my exchange server and
about an hour to regenerate the indexes for all of the mail in my exchange
folders.  But you're right, I don't start have to start completely from scratch.
It just feels that way.



What evo version is Novell now distributing with SLED? Is it fairly stable the way 2.6 was with SLED 10.1?

Art Alexion
MIS/Central Office Support
Resources for Human Development

----- Original Message -----
From: evolution-list-bounces gnome org <evolution-list-bounces gnome org>
To: Milan Crha
Cc: evolution-list gnome org <evolution-list gnome org>
Sent: Mon May 25 13:04:46 2009
Subject: Re: [Evolution] suggest

On Mon, May 25, 2009 at 3:32 AM, Milan Crha wrote:
On Sun, 2009-05-24 at 15:26 -0300, Bruno Trazzini wrote:
I suggest adding a button to reset all settings, because even deleting
the folder .evolution some settings remain active.

I do not expect anyone doing that, I'm sorry. Rather see where all the
settings are stored, and delete them yourself:

How about a command-line "evolution



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