Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1293656
Evolution in RHEL 7 doesn't refresh correctly the next mail body when a mail in an *IMAP* folder is moved into another folder
Last modified: 2017-03-09 12:58:31 EST
Description of problem:
My Inbox is an IMAP folder hosted in Zimbra Server.
I select a mail in the reader ; the subject is highlighted, and the body content is displayed below.
When I move that mail into another folder (either local to my laptop or remote on imap), the mail is correctly moved, the reader correctly selects the next mail in the Inbox but doesn't refresh the body (which still shows the content of the moved mail).
This doesn't happen if I move a mail in a local folder.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.- open evolution (3 window display, left frame contains folders, right top frames contains mail headers, right low frame contains mail body)
2.- select a mail in an IMAP folder
3. - the header is selected,and body displayed.
4. - move that mail into another folder
5. - the mail is moved, the selector highlights the next mail header in the top right frame, but the body low right frame is NOT refreshed, it still contains the body of the moved mail.
I need to re-click on the highlighted mail header to see the correct mail body displayed.
Next mail body is not refreshed in the reading panel (low right).
Next mail body should be displayed in the reading panel (low right frame)
My RHEL7 comes from within Red Hat internal IT (aka CSB)
Thanks for a bug report. It will be good to update your CSB to RHEL 7.2, because it contains rebased version of the evolution-related packages to more recent version (3.12.11), which contains many fixes with compare of 3.8.5. I recall there used to be similar issues with the preview panel update, but I do not recall many details about it, only it didn't strike here as it could on other machines/for other users.
Could you retest with 3.12.11 and report back, please?
I'm closing this for a lack of response. There is also a RHEL 7.4 undergo, which brings even newer evolution (it's more than a year, after all).
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