Re: [Evolution] Evolution lost my follow-up flags after an IMAP server update

On 29 May 2017 at 15:14, Milan Crha <mcrha redhat com> wrote:
I briefly looked into the source code and it looks like the follow-up
tags are stored only locally when using IMAP. The labels and other
flags are stored on the server (if the server supports it, which seems
like your sever does support it).

Thank you for the quick reply.  So unfortunately I have to manually
reanalyze my email and try to remember which emails need follow up.
Perhaps this time I will store the follow-up metadata in Org Mode[^1],
which I already use extensively.  That is because I am afraid the IMAP
server might reenact this mess.

Evolution lacks Org Mode integration, right?  I may finally migrate to a
GNU Emacs mail client like Gnus.  No offense to Evolution, of course.  I
already preferred an Emacs mail client for Org Mode integration and
Emacs superior editing and key bindings.  I originally settled for a GUI
client (Evolution) only because Emacs mail clients lack full HTML
editing, but I recently found out that plain text emails are OK in my



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