Re: [Evolution] IMAP and mail filters

On Tue, 2011-02-15 at 09:31 +0000, Pete Biggs wrote:
On Mon, 2011-02-14 at 19:34 +0200, Antono Vasiljev wrote:
On Mon, 2011-02-14 at 09:54 +0000, Pete Biggs wrote:
As visible via logs from IMAP servers there is no DELETE command sent to
server for original message in inbox. So it's not "move" but only COPY. 

Another thing, you mentioned earlier that it works with Ctrl-Y, is that
still the case?  i.e. that the message is copied and deleted if you
apply the filter manually?

Yes. It works perfectly.

Also, does moving a message by hand (i.e. not using a filter) work as
expected - i.e. the message is copied and the original message is marked
as deleted?

Yes. It works perfectly. Server stores \Deleted flag and message moved.

OK. The bottom line is this, it works for everyone else - it certainly
works properly for me and I have a mixture of server side filtering and
Evo filtering and am using Dovecot as an IMAP server.  The only
difference is that you are using 2.32.2 and I'm on 2.32.1.

There are two possibilities: 

 - There's something odd in your configuration
 - It's a bug.

Or both :-)

Just a thought: Do you have any other filters in play, and do any of
them have the rule "Stop Processing" anywhere?

This might explain why only one message is filtered (perhaps "stop
processing" stops all filtering for all messages, not just the message
selected), and even why the message isn't deleted, if somehow it stops
all processing of the message, even a delayed "delete" command.

I haven't actually tried a filter with "Stop Processing" as an action,
but it seems from your logs that you have one enabled, and it may be
that this simply doesn't work as expected, and not too many people have
used it.

If you have a "stop processing"-filter, could you try removing it and
see if it makes a difference?


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