Re: [Evolution] email Quota?

Sometimes these kind of troubles can be fixed selecting  "Direct connection to Internet"  in  "Connections options"  of your Evolution setting's.
Just to be sure:  Is Linux Mint 11 your OS?  Is Evolution 2.32?  Is running on Gnome or other desktop?

Hope this helps!

El mié, 09-11-2011 a las 07:50 +0100, Milan Crha escribió:
On Tue, 2011-11-08 at 22:10 -0500, Terry A. Haimann wrote:
> I loaded evolution onto a LinuxMint laptop.  It acts like there is a 
> disk quota.  How can I turn it off or at least set it so large that it 
> isn't an issue.  The major symptom is that the Send/Receive button is 
> grayed out until the current e-mails age off below some limit.  I am the 
> only user and I am not too worried about using all of disk space up.  Of 
> course this could be an other issue entirely.

the Send/Receive button is grayed out only if evolution thinks you are
offline, which can be caused by network manager reporting offline state
due to various reasons. Do you see File->Work online or File->Work
offline menu option in Evolution?

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