Re: [Evolution] Socket I/O time out in IMAP IDLE connections

On Wed, 2015-03-04 at 13:40 +0100, Florian Baumann wrote:

I recently switch over from Thunderbird to Evolution 3.12.11 on an 
Arch Linux installation. Unfortunately, the IMAP IDLE capability of 
Evolution does not work, as the Socket keeps timing out, after 90 
seconds, while it is waiting for the next "* Ok Still here".

I'm using Dovecot 2.2.15 on my mail server, with the default 
imap_idle_notify_interval of 120 seconds.

I did find this commit [1], which supposedly  only sets a time out 
for non-IMAPX connections, but this doesn't seem to work for me?

is the evolution-data-server also 3.12.11? It doesn't look like that 
to me. The commit you cited (can be seen colored also here [2]) turns 
off the connection timeout when the IMAPx runs IDLE and turns it back 
on, if there was any value. If that doesn't work, then maybe it's a 
GLib issue, even it's unlikely. The timeout itself reminded me of [3].

Do you use multiple concurrent connections for that IMAP account? It's 
shown in Receiving Options in account Properties.



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