On Thu, 2005-01-06 at 10:22 -0800, Kenneth Porter wrote: > --On Thursday, January 06, 2005 12:09 PM -0500 David Hollis > <dhollis davehollis com> wrote: > > > I've seen that a few times in Evolution. The message appears to be > > empty, but if you select a different message and then re-select the > > original, the body content is there. I can't reproduce it manually, > > it's just one of those things that sometimes happens. > > What kind of message store? > > I'm using dovecot-0.99.10.9-1.FC3.2 for the server (Mulberry for client) > and dovecot sometimes "loses" message parts, but selecting another IMAP > folder and then the original will sometimes cure it. Or I may need to drag > the message to another folder. It's intermittent so I've been unable to get > a reproducible test case to debug it. I'm pretty sure it's dovecot's > failure as evidenced by logging the IMAP protocol from Mulberry. Ok, it us UW imapd 2004a I believe. It is using dmail to deliver with procmail. -- Brian Millett - [ Dr. Franklin and Ivanova, "Soul Hunter"] "It's all so brief, isn't it? Typical human life span is almost a hundred years, but it's barely a second compared to what's out there. Wouldn't be so bad if life didn't take so long to figure out. Seems you just start to get it right and then...it's over." 'Doesn't matter. If we lived two hundred years, we'd still be human. We'd still make the same mistakes.'
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