Re: [Evolution] Evo or mail server? [CHANGED to Evo is acting up big time]
- From: Philippe LeCavalier <support plecavalier com>
- To: evolution-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Evolution] Evo or mail server? [CHANGED to Evo is acting up big time]
- Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2010 09:17:04 -0400
On Fri, 2010-06-25 at 09:14 -0400, Philippe LeCavalier wrote:
I'm resending this because I just experienced the exact same thing. This is within days of the last occurrence. I have never seen Evo so unstable. I had been away for a day and when I awoke my laptop Evo had lots of new mail listed in the folder list but most of my folders were gone. The only error Evo gave me was like:
"Unable to rollback ... no transaction active"
Last night Evo was acting up so bad and i had so little time to work I actually resulted to Horde to get my responses out...I haven't had to do that in years.
What's going on?
----------------------Previous msg to list that when unanswered--------------------
For the umpteenth time I lost my mail filters and the subscription status to most of my mail folders. This time thanks to Thomas Mittelstaedt who responded to my post on "Msg Filters Loosing Destination Folder" I was able to recover my filters. However, ever since this happened the night before last, I've been experiencing strange behaviour.
Often when I get back to my system after a few hours(no hibernation or suspend) Evo had seemingly downloaded new mail but was unable to refresh the message list resulting in a new count in the folder list but no mail being displayed.
I won't harp on the msg filters because I've already posted about this.
But the whole issue of not seeing folders in the folder list is truly annoying. I've been fixing this by going to the folder subscription tool and unchecking each folder I could no longer see and checking it again. Then Evo downloads all the headers which takes quite a bit of time. Now I might be loosing these folders because of server-side issues. Either way I don't now.
I'm on Evo 220.127.116.11 and use 1 IMAP account and have chosen to download entire messages as a backup method since my mail is hosted.
Is anyone else experiencing this?
To top it all off, Evo just gave me a "Welcome to Evolution" email...wikes, I've been using it for years!
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