Le jeudi 21 septembre 2006 Ã 16:47 +0100, Jamie McCracken a Ãcrit :
Laurent Aguerreche wrote:Le jeudi 21 septembre 2006 Ã 00:50 +0100, Jamie McCracken a Ãcrit :Laurent Aguerreche wrote:Le mercredi 20 septembre 2006 Ã 14:11 +0100, Jamie McCracken a Ãcrit :Laurent Aguerreche wrote:Hello, this is a patch for an initial email indexing support with Evolution. It extracts content of sent and received emails: text + attachments.have now applied to cvs with a few changes: 1) added tracker_notify_file_data_available () after pushing data onto queue 2) mbox files should not get to extract_metadata thread so have changed them in index_files. Only attachements can get on this thread. 3) set the default email config options to false as its not yet complete. Otherwise really good work :)Ok. I send a patch to extract info from evolution mails to know whether they are deleted or junk. As I said before, Evolution is completely buggy... On my mbox almost all my mails are seen as deleted! I report a trivial bug that I found in code source but I don't know if it is the (or a?) culprit.Is there a difference in the flags when you explicitly delete a mail as opposed to a new mail?
Yes. X-Evolution field in email's headers is modified. For instance: X-Evolution: 00002019-0092 where only "0092" is interesting for use. Suppose you receive an email that only contains text (no attachments, no pgp signature, etc.): - new (unseen): 0000, - seen: 0010, - deleted: 0012, - junk: 0090, - deleted and junk: 0092. Now, let see how flags are declared: EVOLUTION_MESSAGE_ANSWERED = 1 << 0, EVOLUTION_MESSAGE_DELETED = 1 << 1, EVOLUTION_MESSAGE_DRAFT = 1 << 2, EVOLUTION_MESSAGE_FLAGGED = 1 << 3, EVOLUTION_MESSAGE_SEEN = 1 << 4, EVOLUTION_MESSAGE_ATTACHMENTS = 1 << 5, EVOLUTION_MESSAGE_ANSWERED_ALL = 1 << 6, EVOLUTION_MESSAGE_JUNK = 1 << 7, EVOLUTION_MESSAGE_SECURE = 1 << 8 So (0090) = (1011010)b and it means: - deleted, - flagged, - seen, - answered all. It is completely different from what I described!
Evolution does hide deleted emails from view so there must be something there to differentiate?
And when Evolution is running, it doesn't write anything in mbox but only when it exists... On another side, I propose a patch to add thunderbird emails support. Currently, flags "deleted" and "junk" aren't supported. I parse profile in ~/.mozilla-thunderbird to find current profiles then I find currently used mail folders with prefs.js parsing. So in future we should be able to remove indexed emails if we catch events on prefs.js when user remove some of its email accounts! Parsing of tracker.cfg was buggy for emails, I fixed it. There are also some cleanups. Laurent.
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