Re: [Evolution] IMAP Folders disappear

Il giorno gio, 23/07/2015 alle 13.47 +0200, Milan Crha ha scritto:
On Tue, 2015-07-21 at 15:33 +0200, Andrea Vai wrote:
Don't know if it matters, but that "no such table" message seems to
be related to the problem.

the "no such table" error is fine, there is nothing stored in the
[GMail] folder, thus it has no table created. There is not needed to
capture "all" debug, it's usually too much output. You can focus on
IMAPx only, with something like:
   $ CAMEL_DEBUG=imapx:io evolution &>log.txt

Hi Milan, and thank you for the reply, and for the hint. So, I am trying
to produce a log of imapx:io regarding the part immediately after the
disappearing of the folders. I am attaching the first one here, hope can

Following the other messages in this thread, I suppose the folders are
gone after the update interval is reached and the evolution tries to
refresh the account. Weird it happens to you, I have configured a GMail
account directly in the evolution too, for many months, and I do not
recall seeing any such issue.
Well, I confirm it looks very strange to me too, because it's been
working for years, and I did not change anything in the configuration of
gmail or evo, recently. The only thing I did is run evolution after some
days of inactivity... I also had the out-of-office gmail option active last
week (and it has been automatically disabled by gmail), that's the only "change"
I am aware of in terms of gmail account.

 There had been bug reports about
disappearing IMAP folders, mostly related to public folders or
subscriptions. These had been fixed for 3.16.3/3.16.4 for sure.
OK thanks for the info, I could even consider to upgrade (and maybe
change distribution (!)) if it will be strictly necessary

I do not think unchecking "Show only subscribed folders" in account
preferences will make any difference, the problem will be most likely
elsewhere. (If you happen to have it checked.)
Yes, I confirm it was unchecked

Do the folders disappear, when you right-click the account name and
choose "Refresh". That tries to update folder structure too.
Yes, this makes them disappear, indeed.
I now use this method to produce the problem, so the log below is the part immediately after the click on 

To make them appear again, I do: Right-click on the account name >
Manage Subscriptions > uncheck and re-check one of the subfolders of the
[Gmail] folder.

Thank you very much for your help,

(Attached: imapx:io log.)


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