Re: [Evolution] Subject: forward email by filter rule failed

Am Donnerstag, den 30.01.2020, 09:48 +0100 schrieb Milan Crha via
On Thu, 2020-01-30 at 09:28 +0100, wrote:
Dear Milan,

it seems you created a new message, instead of replying to the
original, ideally with Ctrl+L (Reply to List) or some such way,
involving the list address, not my personal address. This broke
and threading, apart of other things.

Sorry for that, as I created my first request, I was not member of the
lists. Thus I did not get your response into my mailbox. Instead I read
on internet. I tried to force my second request into the right topic by
setting the subject to "[Evolution] Subject:  forward email by filter
rule failed", but it seems to be that "Re: [Evolution]
Subject:  forward email by filter rule failed" would have been the
right one. Now I am a member and this should not happen again.

I cound not install the last stable version 3.34.x, because some
dependencies are not fulfilled in my linux distribution (Linux Mint
Mate 19.3).

Right, it's tricky to do it on older distributions. Maybe pick a
distribution, which provides latest stable version? Not always
I know. Another option is to ask the distribution maintainer(s) of
package(s) (evolution-data-server in this case), to find the upstream
fix and backport it.

    [English Version, translated by myself]:
    error while >>sending message<<
    MAIL FROM-command failed: incorrect authentication data.

I'm afraid I cannot do much, as long as it works properly on latest
stable version (limited manpower, I'm sorry). Maybe verify what
accounts you've configured (Edit->Preferences->Mail Accounts) and if
there are any disabled, misconfigured (the same email address, but
different SMTP settings) or such. It can be that when you open the
message in a composer it corrects the email address to the enabled

You can also run evolution as this:

   $ CAMEL_DEBUG=smtp evolution

to see what server is used and what FROM address is passed to it. I
hope your version shows it too.

It does. I 'll try this out.


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