Re: [Evolution] Error while Storing folder “Inbox”. table Inbox has 30 columns but 28 values were supplied

chris@OptiPlex980:~$ evolution

(evolution:2901): e-data-server-CRITICAL **: 14:19:40.599:
e_source_registry_ref_builtin_proxy: assertion 'source != NULL' failed

(evolution:2901): GLib-GObject-CRITICAL **: 14:19:40.599:
g_object_unref: assertion 'G_IS_OBJECT (object)' failed

(evolution:2901): e-data-server-CRITICAL **: 14:19:40.640:
e_source_registry_ref_builtin_mail_account: assertion 'source != NULL'

(evolution:2901): e-data-server-CRITICAL **: 14:19:40.640:
e_source_registry_ref_default_mail_account: assertion 'E_IS_SOURCE
(source)' failed

(evolution:2901): e-mail-engine-CRITICAL **: 14:19:40.641:
mail_session_configure_local_store: assertion 'service != NULL' failed

(evolution:2901): e-mail-engine-CRITICAL **: 14:19:40.641:
mail_session_configure_vfolder_store: assertion 'service != NULL'

(evolution:2901): module-mail-CRITICAL **: 14:19:40.655:
mail_shell_backend_constructed: assertion 'vstore != NULL' failed

(evolution:2901): evolution-util-ERROR **: 14:19:40.662:
evolution-shell.ui: Failed to open file
“/usr/share/evolution/ui/evolution-shell.ui”: No such file or
Trace/breakpoint trap (core dumped)

There's obviously something really wrong with the install. I don't know
Ubuntu well, but evolution-shell.ui file is part of the evolution
package on Fedora and I can't see that it would be any different for

Are you sure you have removed everything to do with the Flatpack
version?  If you do 'which evolution' what do you get?

Does the file "/usr/share/evolution/ui/evolution-shell.ui" actually
exist. If it doesn't, then presumably there is a command for apt/dpkg
that will tell you what to install to get that file.

If it does exist, then I suspect that there's still some hangover from

A further test is to create a new Linux user and try and run Evolution
from that account to see if there are any issues. (That will tell you
if the issue is to do with the configuration on your account, or at a
system level.)


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