Re: [Evolution] Evo 3.2.2 sees itself as offline

Usually I solve this kind of issue setting the "Network Preferences"  (of Evolution)  to  "Directly connect to Internet".

Hope this helps,

El vie, 11-05-2012 a las 07:29 -0430, Patrick O'Callaghan escribió:
On Thu, 2012-05-10 at 23:24 +0200, Pascal Bernhard wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I decided to give Evolution another try (It was my favorite mail
> application for Linux) after the switch to GNOME 3 by Debian Testing
> (Wheezy) made the new version of Evolution unusable as would refuse to
> download new messages telling me it had problems with connecting to the
> mail servers. Now  have Evo 3.2.2 and although it is in online-mode & I
> have an internet connection, I get told that Evolution is offline and
> therefor unable to fetch new mails. In the "status bar" at the bottom of
> the screen I'm informed that Evo tries to retrieve messages from the
> servers, (All IMAP accounts) but does not make any progress. In fact
> Evolution seems to have only issues with Yahoo Mail and Gmail accounts.
> Other mail accounts work quite well (Those also use IMAP).
> Any ideas how I could fix this issue?

I know several people have already answered this, but just to be a bit
more explicit: 

IF NetworkManager is running
THEN Evo will ask NM for network status
ELSE Evo will make its own determination (not sure how).

IF NM is installed
AND NM is configured to manage your network interface
THEN NM will report connectivity correctly
ELSE it will report "Offline" even when you're on-line.

It turns out that problems with Offline in Evo are often caused by

Hope that clears it up.


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