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Seeing the hype and considering evolution's lack of stability I finally
decided to give thunderbird a try. Unfortunately I am having a lot of
issues and wonder if someone has found a solution for these:

I use a lot of IMAP folders that get filled by procmail. While evolution
has the ability to "Check for new messages in all folders" it seems that
thunderbird needs to have a flag set on each folder that receives

As far as I understand the IMAP standard, clients are supposed to flag a
message as deleted and expunge them later. While evolution conforms to
this, thunderbird defaults to moving messages to a "Trash" folder and
even when changing the default it appears to be incapable of hiding the
deleted messages from the view.


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